How the (Econometrics) Sausage is Made: Thoughts from Economics Professor Daniel Millimet

Department of Economics Research

Originally Posted: July 16, 2020

Even for experienced empirical researchers, certain econometric issues can be often overlooked or seem confusing. It can seem like everyone else knows what’s going on except you! The rapid pace with which new econometric methods are being developed further exacerbates these issues. Who has the time to keep up to date?

Enter, Professor Daniel Millimet from the SMU Department of Economics. His blog, “How the (Econometrics) Sausage is made” lays out what empirical practitioners need to know when it comes to those often overlooked or confusing issues as well as recently developed techniques in a simple, reader friendly way. His research spans microeconometric methods and applications in labor economics, environmental economics, and international trade and he teaches courses in labor economics and econometrics. He is also a research fellow at IZA, a senior co-editor of Advances in Econometrics, an associate editor of Empirical Economics, and a co-editor of the new Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists. READ MORE

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