In a previous post, I covered how heteroscedasticity “happened” to me. The anecdote I mentioned mostly pertains to time series data. Given the purpose of the research that I was developing back […]
Chief Analyst at econometricus.com.
Master of Science in Public Affairs (2013).
University of Massachusetts-Boston.
BA History (2005).
Pontifical Xavierian University (Bogotá, Colombia).
Year: 2014 – current.
• Econometric analysis of major United States Economic Measures.
• Estimation of parameters for comprehensive economic models.
• Time series analysis.
• Statistical modeling and regression analysis.
• Macroeconomic analysis.
• Quantitative and qualitative analysis of monetary policies.
Sometimes it is good to learn about issues such as heteroscedasticity by empirically identifying them. Here is how I detected heteroscedasticity was present in time series analysis. I started working on a […]
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Multicollinearity is a common pitfall in the practice of multiple regression analysis. Whenever analysts conduct quantitative research, they must be aware of at least the seven core assumptions of linear regression. In […]
The ultimate goal of a policy analyst is to make “policy recommendations”. But, when is it precise to make such bold type of statements without looking inexperienced? The following article looks at […]