Xiaohong Chen


Xiaohong Chen is a Professor of Economics at Yale University. In addition, she is an International Fellow of Cemmap (Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice), Cowles Foundation Research Staff, and Fellow of Journal of Econometrics. Before joining Yale University, Dr. Chen was Professor and Associate Professor at New York University, Reader and Lecturer at London School of Economics, and Assistant Professor at University of Chicago.

Chen is Associate Editor with Econometrica, Quantitative Economics, Journal of Econometrics, The Econometrics Journal, and The Berkeley Journal of Time Series Econometrics. She is also Editor of Foundations and Trends in Econometrics and Editorial Board of Annals of Economics and Finance.

Xiaohong Chen concentrates her research contribution on econometric theory, semi/nonparametric estimation and inference methods, sieve methods, nonlinear time series, semi/nonparametric models (copula, missing data, measurement error, nonparametric instrumental variables, semi/nonparametric conditional moment, empirical asset pricing, learning). Further, she has published her works on several top journals such as Econometrica, Journal of Econometrics, Journal of Multivariate Analysis, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Quantitative Economics, Econometric Theory, American Economic Review, and The Journal of Nonparametric Statistics, among others. In addition, she has received the “Journal of Nonparametric Statistics 2010 Best Paper Award· for the paper “Identification and Estimation of Nonlinear Models Using Two Samples with Nonclassical Measurement Errors” published in this journal.

Also, she has presented her research at a great deal of professional conferences and academic institutions. She received a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Wuham University (China) and a master of arts (Economics) from University of Western Ontario (Canada). She earned her Doctorate in Philosophy (Economics) from University of California (USA).

More information: http://economics.yale.edu/sites/default/files/cv_chen.pdf