Dr Zhenjiang Lin

Assistant Professor in Econometrics, School of Economics

Economics / Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Contact

Office

Room 320, Portland Building

Campus

University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Address

199 Taikang East Road, Ningbo, 315100, China

Telephone

+86 574 88180000-8461 or +86 574 88180125

Qualifications

Ph.D. Economics, Carleton University

M.A. Economics, Carleton University

B.A. International Trade, Ningbo University


Biography

Zhenjiang joined the School of Economics in September 2016 as an Assistant Professor in Econometrics. Before that, he was an Assistant Professor in Econometrics at Shandong University. His research interests include Econometrics, Applied Macro and Numerical Optimization. 

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Teaching

  • ECON2033 Econometrics II
  • ECON3076 Topics in Time Series Econometrics

 


Publications

Publications:

Khalaf, L, Lin, Z, 2021. Projection-based inference with particle swarm optimization. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 128, 104138.

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jedc.2021.104138

 

Working Papers:

“Identification-Robust Inference with Simulation-Based Pseudo-Matching” with Bertille Antoine, Lynda Khalaf and Maral Kichian (NBER-EFSF 2019, ES World Congress 2020)

“Beyond the Linearized Straight Jacket: Finite Sample Identification Robust Inference for - Possibly Singular - DSGE Models”, with Lynda Khalaf and Abeer Reza (NBER 2017)

“Moving average shocks in IV regressions”, with Lynda Khalaf (CEA2015)

“Implication of auxiliary assumptions on the identification of DSGE Models”, with Lynda Khalaf and Abeer Reza

“Simulation-Based Matching Inference with applications to DSGE Models” with Bertille Antoine, Lynda Khalaf and Maral Kichian (NBER-EFSF 2019, ES World Congress 2020)

“Statistical test inversion and numerical projections with particle swarm optimization”, with Lynda Khalaf (CEF2019)

“Beyond the Linearized Straight Jacket: Finite Sample Inference for - Possibly Singular - DSGE Models”, with Lynda Khalaf and Abeer Reza (NBER 2017)

“Moving average shocks in IV regressions”, with Lynda Khalaf (CEA2015)

“Implication of auxiliary assumptions on the identification of DSGE Models”, with Lynda Khalaf and Abeer Reza

“Statistical test inversion and numerical projections with particle swarm optimization”,with Lynda Khalaf (CEA2013, CEF2013)

“Moving average shocks in IV regressions”, with Lynda Khalaf (CEA2015)

“Implication of auxiliary assumptions on the identification of DSGE Models”, with Lynda Khalaf and Abeer Reza

“On attempts to rescue identification in DSGE models: a finite-sample exact analysis”, with Lynda Khalaf and Abeer Reza(Dynare 2014, NBER-NSF 2014, RES 2015, IAAE 2015, CESG 2015)

“Exact inference in DSGE models: leads and lags, different statistics”