Professor Hashem Pesaran is pleased to announce the newly founded International Association for Applied Econometrics.
The aim of the Association is to advance the education of the public in the subject of econometrics and its applications to a variety of fields in economics, in particular, but not exclusively, by advancing and supporting research in that field, and disseminating the results of such useful research to the public. The Association is sponsored by Journal of Applied Econometrics and its publisher Wiley.
The CIMF focusses on empirical finance with special emphasis on international macroeconomic financial issues such as global economy interactions, financial crisis, contagion, interactive learning, market and credit risk diversification, real time analysis and signal extraction.
The Centre acts as a catalyst for microeconomic research in the Faculty and also encourages collaborative research among and between Faculty members and research students and with the wider academic community
The Centre for Quantitative Economic History in the Cambridge Faculty of Economics provides a forum for the interchange of ideas and development of research among the economic historians in the Faculty. It also promotes links with economic historians in the University of Cambridge more widely, and at other institutions throughout the world.
The aim of the Institute is to support fundamental research in economics in Cambridge.
Through our publications and via our Energy Policy Forum (EPF), the EPRG offers rigorous independent research output that informs public and private sector decision making in the electricity and energy industry.