Thomas is a computational economist working as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Department of Economics at University College London and at cemmap. His main research interests are solving and estimating dynamic economic models. He has worked with models of intertemporal consumption and saving in relation to fertility behavior and children and laboir supply and retirement.
A common approach to estimation of dynamic economic models is to calibrate a sub-set of model… Continue reading.
Across many ﬁelds in economics, a common approach to estimation of economic models is to calibrate… Continue reading.
This paper introduces measures for how each moment contributes to the precision of parameter estimates in… Continue reading.
This paper introduces measures for how each moment contributes to the precision of the parameter estimates… Continue reading.