Jushan Bai

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Jushan Bai,  Professor of Department of Economics at Columbia UniversityDean of School of Finance in Nankai Uniersity


Education

University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. in Economics, 1992

Pennsylvania State University, M.A. in Economics, 1988

Nankai University, B.S. 1982, M.A. in Mathematics, 1985


Current and Past Positions

Dean, School of Finance, Nankai University, since 2015

Professor, Department of Economics, Columbia, since 2008

Professor, Department of Economics, NYU, 2002-2008

Professor, Department of Economics, Boston College, 1999-2002

Associate Professor, Boston College, 1998-1999

Associate Professor, Department of Economics, MIT 1997-1998

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, MIT, 1992-1997


Research Interests

Econometrics; Panel Data Analysis, Time Series Econometrics


Selected Honors

A keynote speaker at the Cross-sectional Dependence in Panel Data Models, Cambridge, UK, May 30-31, 2013.

An Invited speaker at The 2012 International Symposium on Econometric Theory and Applications (SETA 2012), Shanghai, China, May 19-21, 2012.

Distinguished Visitor, Boston University, April 19-April 22, 2011.

A paired-invited speaker at the Asian Meeting of Econometric Society, August 11 (11-13) 2011, Seoul, Korea.

A keynote speaker at the 16th African Econometric Society Meeting, July 14 (13-15) , 2011, Nairobi, Kenya.

A paired-invited speaker at the 10th World Congress of the Econometric Society, August 2010, Shanghai, China.

A keynote speaker at the 15th International Conference on Panel Data, Bonn, Germany, July 3rd-5th, 2009

An invited speaker at the Far Eastern Econometric Society Meeting, July 11-13, 2007, Taipei, Taiwan

A keynote speaker at the Third Symposium on Econometric Theory and Applications, April 13-15, 2007, Hong Kong

A keynote speaker at the International Conference on Breaks and Persistence in Econometrics, London, Dec 11-12, 2006

A Keynote speaker at the conference “Common Features in London,” December 2004.

Econometric Theory Award, in Recognition of Research Contributions to the Science of Econometrics, 1999.

The Review of Economic Studies tour, 1992.

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Dissertation Fellowship, UC Berkeley, 1991-1992