Pierre  Nguimkeu
 

Short Bio ____________________________
Dr. Nguimkeu is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at Georgia State University.  He received his PhD from Simon Fraser University, and specializes in Econometrics, Statistics, and Development Economics. His research identifies the need in the areas of economics, primarily development economics, for better econometric techniques and develops methodologies to serve that need. His work in Econometrics provides cutting-edge techniques for applied researchers, specifically for inference in small samples and for causal inference. His work in Development Economics focuses on occupational choice and promoting entrepreneurship and productivity, and on analyzing the effects of related public policy. His research and studies have been funded by several organizations including the Lindau-Nobel Council, the Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), the Centre for Interuniversity Research in Quantitative Economics (CIREQ), the European Development Fund (EDF), and the French Cooperation Fund (FAC). He serves as Economic Adviser to the Cameroon Council of Business Managers (GICAM), and has consulted with USAID, The World Bank, African Development Bank, among others. Professor Nguimkeu currently teaches Econometrics and Statistics at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies.

Associate Professor

Department of Economics

Andrew Young School of Policy Studies

Georgia State University

Phone: (1)404.413.0162

Fax:      (1)404.413.0145

Email:  nnguimkeu@gsu.edu       

         

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In Person:

14, Marietta Street NW

Suite 524

Atlanta, Georgia 30303,

USA


By Mail:

Department of Economics

Andrew Young School of Policy Studies

Georgia State University

P.O. Box 3992

Atlanta, Georgia 30302-3992,

USA