Department of Economics

Econometrics Research Seminar Series

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Join expert scholars as they present the latest in econometrics research

The Econometrics Research Seminar Series showcases the latest thinking from the field of econometrics.

This seminar series is jointly organised by the Department of Economics and the Centre for Macro and Financial Econometrics based in Essex Business School. These seminars showcase cutting-edge research in modern econometrics and encourage the exchange of ideas. The webinars will be delivered by leading researchers covering the whole range of econometric fields. These include, but are not limited to, financial econometrics, microeconometrics, network and spatial econometrics, panel-data, semi/nonparametric methods and time series analysis.

This seminar series will be presented on campus and will normally be held on Wednesday afternoons between 4pm and 5.30pm, please check individual events for finalised dates and times. This is an open seminar series and all levels of study and members of the public are welcome. In order to reserve your place, please contact our seminar organisers.

Upcoming Seminars 

Seminar information will be added once details are available. 

Date Seminar title and Speaker
24 January 2024  Stationary Ultra Long Run Component by Jihyun Kim
13 March 2024 Policy Learning with Distributional Welfare by Sukjin Han
20 March 2024 Julius Vainora

Previous Seminars in the Econometrics Research Series

Autumn 2021

  • The Cointegrated VAR without Unit Roots: Representation Theory and Asymptotics by James Duffy

Autumn 2020

  • Identification and inference in Discrete Choice Models with imperfect information by Cristina Gualdani on Wednesday 11th November at 4pm (GMT)
  • New ideas in econometrics by Mingli Chen on Wednesday 25th November at 4pm (GMT)
  • Time series models for the difference of counts by Jon Michel on Wednesday 16th December at 4pm (GMT)


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Contact the seminar organisers
Dr Neslihan Sakarya Department of Economics
University of Essex
Dr Shin Kanaya Department of Economics
University of Essex