Syracuse University has a strong commitment to econometrics with a particular emphasis on cross-sectional and panel data analysis. Our econometrics faculty are known for both theoretical and applied econometrics research. Faculty members have published
in major journals like Econometrica, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Econometrics, Econometric Theory, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, Review of Economics and Statistics, International Economic Review,
and Journal of the American Statistical Association. Faculty members have been or are currently on the editorial boards of field and general journals such as Journal of Econometrics, Empirical Economics, and Journal of Applied Econometrics.
Prof. Badi Baltagi was ranked #25 in the December 2017 RePEC worldwide ranking of authors in econometrics.
Faculty interest spans a broad spectrum within the field of econometrics: panel data, spatial econometrics, productivity analysis, health econometrics, count data models, weak instruments, and specification testing to mention a few. In addition to our
three-course Ph.D. sequence in econometrics, our breadth enables us to offer a wide variety of Ph.D. topics courses and several courses at the masters/undergraduate level.
The econometric group offers an Econometrics Lunch, which brings external speakers to campus to lead workshops over lunch. We offer an active schedule
of speakers, with presentations by some of the most productive econometrics scholars in the world. In the workshop, speakers present research on theoretical and empirical issues related to the study of econometrics. Graduate student participation
is a goal of the workshop and speakers are encouraged to present material in such a way as to facilitate this goal. In addition, once a year we host Camp Econometrics in New York which attracts top econometricians from all around the country and graduate students of econometrics from around the New York universities and surrounding areas including Canada.
Core faculty in the areas of econometrics include:
Additional faculty with research interests these areas include: