Friday, March 16, 2007

Gary Koop

Gary Koop is a leading econometrician. He received his PhD from Toronto in 1989. Since then he has written many important papers, especially on Bayesian econometrics. He is currently professor at Strathclyde university - why he chose this nameless place I don't know.

Here is an example of his current work:
Forecasting in Dynamic Factor Models using Bayesian Model Averaging with Simon Potter, forthcoming in the Econometrics Journal

And one of his books:

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