Adam conducts research in the field of econometrics. Much of his recent work has focused on hypothesis testing problems when size, the probability of concluding a true hypothesis is false, is difficult to control. Adam has developed new techniques that both control size and "reject" false hypotheses with high probability. Adam also does research in time series econometrics, developing tools to accurately analyze the persistence properties of economic variables recorded over time.
Adam McCloskey received his PhD and MA in economics from Boston University in 2011 and BAs in mathematics and economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2006. His research interests are in econometrics and time series analysis.
ADAM MCCLOSKEY, Ph.D.
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