University of California, Riverside


Seminars & Colloquia

Econometrics Spring 2009

Fridays, 4:10-5:30 pm (unless otherwise specified)
Sproul Hall 2206

Questions? Contact Tae Hwy Lee.  When available, the papers may be downloaded as pdf files, which can be read or printed using the Acrobat Reader.

Apr 03 No Seminar  
Apr 10 No Seminar due to Business Cycle Conference 4/10 & 11, 2009  
Apr 16 Lung-Fei Lee, Ohio State Univeristy - Graduate student seminar, Sproul 2206 from 5:10 - 6:30 pm Estimation of Spatial Autroregressive Panel Data Models with Fixed Effects
Apr 17 Lung-Fei Lee, Ohio State University - Joint seminar with Applied Economics Some Recent Developments in Spatial Panel Data Models
Apr 24 Marcel Fafchamps, Oxford University   THIS WILL BE AN APPLIED ECONOMICS SEMINAR Determinants of the Choice of Migration Destination
Apr 27 Yongmiao Hong, Cornell University Asset Return Predictability over Different Time Horizons:  A Nonparametric Approach"
Apr 28 Yongmiao Hong, Cornell University - Graduate student seminar, Sproul 2206 from 5:10 - 6:30pm The Martingale theory in economics and finance: An Econometric Perspective"
Paper 1 | Paper 2
May 01 Yundong Tu, UCR "Forecasting Using Supervised Factor Models"
May 08 Jeffrey Racine, McMaster University, Canada Constrained Nonparametric Kernel Regression: Estimation and Inference
May 15 Hyungsik Roger Moon, University of Southern California Likelihood Expansion for Panel Regression Models with Factors
May 22 Aman Ullah, UCR

(1) Expectations of Quadratic Forms in Normal and Non-normal Errors with Econometric Applications

(2) Skewness and Kurtosis of Econometric Estimators

May 29 Aman Ullah, UCR

(1) Estimation and Forecasting of Dynamic Conditional Covriance: A Semi-parametric Multivariate Model

(2) Semi-parametric Estimator of Time Series Conditional Varinance

Jun 05 No Seminar No Seminar

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