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Carrasco, Marine

Full Professor


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Carrasco, Marine

Research expertise

Marine Carrasco graduated with a PhD from University of Toulouse (France). Before joining our department in December 2015, she taught at Ohio State University and Rochester University (USA) and was a researcher at CREST (INSEE, France). 

Her research interests focus on two main topics. First, she is interested in tests for parameter stability and their applications in macroeconomics and finance. Second, she is working on inverse problems and their applications to econometrics. In particular, she is studying the generalized method of moments when there is an infinite number of moment conditions.

In 2018, she received the Marcel-Dagenais prize from the Société canadienne de science économique. 

Areas of expertise


  •  "Functional linear regression with functional response", with David Benatia and Jean-Pierre Florens, 2017, Journal of Econometrics, 201, 269-291.
  • « Efficient Estimation using the Characteristic Function » (with Rachidi Kotchoni), 2017,  Econometric Theory, Vol 33, 2, 479-526.
  • "In-sample Inference and Forecasting in Misspecified Factor Models" (with Barbara Rossi), 2016, Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, Vol. 34, N.3, 313-338 (with comments).

  • « Regularized LIML for many instruments » (with Guy Tchuente), 2015, Journal of Econometrics, 186, 427-442.
  • « Optimal Test for Markov Switching Parameters», 2014, Econometrica, Vol 82, 765-784 (with Liang Hu and Werner Ploberger).

  • “On the asymptotic efficiency of GMM”,  2014, Econometric Theory, Vol 30, 372-406 (with Jean-Pierre Florens). 
  • « A regularization approach to the many instruments problem », 2012, Journal of Econometrics, Vol 170, 2, 383-398.
  • « Spectral method for deconvolving a density », 2011, Econometric Theory 27, 546-581 (with Jean-Pierre Florens).

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