2nd International Econometrics PhD Conference

The Erasmus University, Rotterdam Campus
Monday 7 Nov 2022, 09:00 - Tuesday 8 Nov 2022, 23:59
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Room T3-31 (7 Nov), Room T3-25 (8 Nov)
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The Econometric Institute (EI) at Erasmus University Rotterdam invites PhD students specialising in Econometrics to submit a paper for the for the 2nd International Econometrics PhD Conference taking place on 7-8 November, 2022 at the Econometric Institute.

The aim of this two-day event is to bring together senior PhD candidates from universities around the world specialising in Econometrics to present and discuss their research. The conference provides a great opportunity to meet other high-profile PhD students, and to learn about Econometrics research conducted at different institutions.

The PhD conference is part of a series of events taking place at the Econometric Institute in the second week of November 2022. On 9 and 10 November, the Tinbergen Econometrics Lectures will be hosted. This year, the invited lecturer is Prof. Stéphane Bonhomme. Learn more about the Tinbergen Lectures. On 11 November, a workshop will be organised on a theme related to the topic of the Tinbergen Lectures. Learn more about this workshop.

PhD students participating in the PhD conference are welcome to attend these events free of charge.


  1.  Xinyue Bei (Duke University)
    “Local linearization based subvector inference in moment inequality models”
  2.  Jooyoung Cha (Vanderbilt University)
    “Inference in high-dimensional regression models without the exact or Lp sparsity”
  3.  Jens Klooster (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
    “Outlier robust inference in (weak) linear instrumental variable models”

  1. Yagan Hazard (Paris School of Economics)
    “Improving LATE estimation in experiments with imperfect compliance”
  2. Xiaomeng Zhang (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
    “Asymptotic properties of synthetic control method”

  1. Pierluigi Vallarino (Aarhus BSS)
    “Time varying kernel densities as dynamic infinite mixture models”
  2. Mariia Artemova (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
    “An order-invariant score-driven dynamic factor model”

  1.  Martina Pons (University of Bern)
    “Minimum distance estimation of quantile panel data models”
  2.  Jordi Llorens-Terrazas (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
    “An oracle inequality for multivariate dynamic quantile forecasting”

  1. Hugo Freeman (University College London)
    “Multidimensional interactive fixed-effects”
  2. Timo Schenk (University of Amsterdam)
    “Time-weighted difference-in-differences: Accounting for common factors in short T panels”

  1. Sylvia Klosin (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    “Estimating continuous treatment effects in panel data using machine learning with an agricultural application”
  2. Zheng Wang (European University Institute)
    “The linking effect: Causal identification and estimation of the effect of peer relationship”

  1. Giovanni Ballarin (University of Mannheim)
    “Reservoir computing for macroeconomic forecasting with mixed frequency data”
  2. Evgenii Vladimirov (University of Amsterdam)
    “Estimating option pricing models using a characteristic function-based linear state space representation

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About the Econometric Institute

The Econometric Institute at Erasmus University Rotterdam has a strong research tradition in econometrics, statistics, data science and operations research. It is the oldest research institute in the field of econometrics in the world.
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