We are excited to announce that Denis Chetverikov has been named the co-editor of Econometric Theory. Since its inception, Econometric Theory has been one of the leading journals in Econometrics (the development and application of statistical methods within economics). ET is an innovative journal dedicated to advance theoretical research in econometrics; it contains original theoretical contributions in all of the major areas of the field. In addition, ET fosters the multidisciplinary features of econometrics that extend beyond economics (e.g. mathematical finance, stochastic processes, statistics, and probability theory). ET also encourages submissions that promote best practice econometrics by demonstrating new theory in conjunction with the practical implementation of theory.
Denis Chetverikov is an Associate Professor of Economics at UCLA. His research interests lie broadly in the fields of Econometrics and Mathematical Statistics. He received his PhD from MIT in 2013, when he joined UCLA as an Assistant Professor. His recent research includes work on high-dimensional models, shape restrictions, and applications of empirical process theory in econometrics. He has been published in Econometrica, the Review of Economic Studies, the Annals of Statistics, and the Annals of Probability.