I'm doing applied IO theory, but would like to go into the area of dynamic models and structural estimation. However, I notice there are not particular books for this and I have no access to notes form top phd programmes. Anybody able to direct me towards the right material to start?
Modern dynamic IO

Starting with statics. For basic structural econometrics with a bit of a bias toward simulation based estimation, Ken Train's book is a good start.
For key identification results and intuition, Berry and Haile Ecma, 2013 is the year, I think.
For an overview of key structural research, Handbook of Econometrics. The first edition is theory heavy, the second edition is the structural stuff.
For dynamics in particular, go to Victor Aguirregabiria's website. He has a bunch of survey type papers, plus some key contributions to the literature, and a sketch of a textbook that focuses on dynamics.
Rust (1987ish) is the classic paper for dynamic discrete choice, followed by Hotz and Miller, then Aguirregabiria and Mira.
We are getting outside my expertise a but, but for dynamic games and industry dynamics, papers often cite Ericson and Pakes as the starting point. Lots of reliance on Markov perfect equilibria for tractability I think that solution concept originated with Maskin and Tirole.
An active niche within dynamic structural IO lately is search/matching. Myrto Kalouptsidi's papers are exemplard of this.

I think Aguirregabiria is/was working on a book project. Saw the PDF lying around somewhere (his webpage?). Can't speak to the quality, as I haven't read it, but I would guess it gives you a decent overview. Will probably go fastest if you can find an empirical IO economist to discuss/spar with, once you start picking up the basics. There's a host of knowhow on coding, numerics, modeling choices, identification etc. that is too extensive to give more than small glimpses of in any paper. Most of us in the genre pick it up through the apprenticeship (advisor and coauthors) in addition to masochistic selfstudy.

For an overview of key structural research, Handbook of Econometrics. The first edition is theory heavy, the second edition is the structural stuff.
But the handbook has been published in 1983?! Am I looking at the correct one?
My bad...you actually want Volume 3. It's from 2007.

For an overview of key structural research, Handbook of Econometrics. The first edition is theory heavy, the second edition is the structural stuff.
But the handbook has been published in 1983?! Am I looking at the correct one?
My bad...you actually want Volume 3. It's from 2007.
Double my bad...you want Handbook of Industrial Organization, Volume 3. Not econometrics. Published 2007. Jeez I try to be helpful anonymously and I muck it up.

No problem. There are many handbooks. I think you might perhaps mean handbook of econometrics, volume 6A and 6B?
e.g
Ackerberg D, Benkard L, Berry S, Pakes A. Econometric Tools for Analyzing Market Outcomes. In: Heckman J, Leamer E The Handbook of Econometrics. Vol. 6A. Amsterdam: NorthHolland ; 2007. pp. 41714276. 
No problem. There are many handbooks. I think you might perhaps mean handbook of econometrics, volume 6A and 6B?
e.g
Ackerberg D, Benkard L, Berry S, Pakes A. Econometric Tools for Analyzing Market Outcomes. In: Heckman J, Leamer E The Handbook of Econometrics. Vol. 6A. Amsterdam: NorthHolland ; 2007. pp. 41714276.I never actually read that chapter, but I've seen it on syllabi, so I would imagine it's a good resource. I think Frank Wolak has a chapter that's possibly useful too. I don't know/remember which chapter covers what though.