New Professor of Applied Econometrics starting 1 july 2014
Prof. Ralf Wilke has been recruited as full Professor of Applied Econometrics starting 1 July 2014. Ralf comes to us from a Readership at York. Previously, he was Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham (2011) and he held Lectureships at the Universities of Nottingham (2007-2011) and Leicester (2006-2007). He was a Research Economist at the Centre for European Economic Research in Mannheim (2002-2006). He obtained his PhD in Economics from the University of Dortmund in 2002. He has a Research Master Degree (DEA) from the Toulouse School of Economics and he graduated from the University of Bonn (Diplom-Volkswirt). He is Research Professor at the Institute for Employment Research, Nuremberg, since 2013, a Research Fellow of the Centre of European Economic Research, Mannheim, since 2009 and a Visiting Research Fellow of the Policy Studies Institute, London, since 2009.
He does research on applied econometrics, with emphasis on administrative individual data, data quality, labour market topics and on microeconometrics with emphasis on duration models, censoring, data problems and partial identification. He has published around 25 peer reviewed papers in international journals in Economics and Statistics, for example in Journal of Econometric Methods, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Econometrics Journal, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, and Regional Studies.
More on Ralf Wilke here: http://www.york.ac.uk/economics/our-people/staff-profiles/ralf-a-wilke/