Guido Kuersteiner, Professor, received his PhD in economics from Yale University in 1997. Before joining the University of Maryland he taught at MIT, Boston University, UC Davis and Georgetown University. Professor Kuersteiner's research interests are in theoretical and applied econometrics. His current research interests in theoretical econometrics include panel, spatial and common factor models, model selection, instrumental variable methods and GMM estimation, non-linear and nonparametric time series methods and asymptotic theory. His interests in applied econometrics currently focus on the measurement of policy effects in macroeconomics and international finance and models with peer effects. Professor Kuersteiner is co-editor of Econometric Theory and associate editor of the Journal of Econometrics, Econometrics Journal and Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics. Professor Kuersteiner is a fellow of the International Association of Applied Econometrics and the Journal of Econometrics.

Areas of Interest

  • Theoretical Econometrics
  • Applied Econometrics
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    Degree Details
    Yale University, 1997
Course Name Course Title Semester Syllabus
ECON708 Advanced Topics in Applied and Theoretical Microeconomics Spring 2021
ECON722 Econometrics IV Spring 2021
ECON623 Econometrics II Fall 2020
ECON708 Advanced Topics in Applied and Theoretical Microeconomics Fall 2020
ECON626 Empirical Microeconomics Fall 2020
Guido Kuersteiner
3145 Tydings Hall
Department of Economics
gkuerste [at]