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|Abrevaya, Jason||Economics; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Dr. Abrevaya's research has focused on econometric methodology, applied microeconomics, and demography. His work has utilized large-scale birth databases within the United States to research …|
|Boyarchenko, Svetlana||Economics; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Non-Gaussian Merton-Black-Scholes Theory, monetary economics|
|Donald, Stephen||Economics; Statistics and Scientific Computation||econometrics, applied econometrics, microeconomics, empirical welfare analysis, tests for stochastic dominance, tests for Lorenz dominance, generalized Gini indexes|
|Dusansky, Richard||Economics||economic theory and applied public economics; microeconomic theory; public finance; health economics; urban economics|
|Geraci, Vincent||Economics||Applied economics; empirical studies of multilateral trade; poverty tax assessment reform; job training programs for economically disadvantaged persons; the effects of job training services for adults …|
|Geruso, Michael||Economics||Michael received a Ph.D. in economics from Princeton University in 2012. His dissertation research explored patterns of selection in US health insurance markets, and in particular the interaction …|
|Han, Sukjin||Economics||As an econometrician, Sukjin has been interested in identifying various nonlinear econometric models, and also in analyzing the situation where such models are only weakly identified. He is also …|