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Southampton adjunct professor in top five of authors

Published: 24 May 2013 Origin:  Economics

An Adjunct Professor of Economics has been named in the top five authors in a recent world-wide ranking of economists by citations on the Research Papers in Economics (RePEc) website.

Professor Peter Phillips currently holds an adjunct professorship at the University of Southampton and Singapore Management University. He is Sterling Professor of Economics and Professor of Statistics at Yale University, and Distinguished Professor at the University of Auckland.

Peter is ranked number five of the RePEC Author Service based on data about over 35,000 authors who have registered with the RePEc Author Service, institutions listed on Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centres (EDIRC), bibliographic data collected by RePEc, citation analysis performed by CitEc and popularity data compiled by LogEc.

RePEC is the largest bibliographic database of economics and is available freely on the Internet. It contains more than 1,300,000 items of research that can be borrowed or searched and more than 1,200,000 can be fully downloaded. The website is maintained by hundreds of volunteers in 75 countries.

Peter’s main research interests are in econometric theory, financial econometrics, time series and panel data econometrics, and applied macroeconomics.

He is founder and editor of Econometric Theory and founding editor of Themes in Modern Econometrics for Cambridge University Press. Peter is a distinguished author of the Journal of Applied Econometrics, and a distinguished fellow of the New Zealand Association of Economists. He is an elected fellow of the Econometric Society, the American Statistical Association, the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, the Guggenheim Foundation, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, an honorary fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand, and a corresponding fellow of the British Academy. He has a large family of over 70 PhD students, many of whom are prominent econometricians.

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