MissionFacilitiesDonate to EconomicsJob PostingsContact Us
FacultyVisitorsEmeriti FacultyAdjunct FacultyAdvisorsStaffGraduate StudentsGraduate Student Job Market CandidatesAdvisory Board
This Week's Seminars and WorkshopsApplied Economics SeminarEconometrics SeminarEconomic Theory SeminarMacroeconomics SeminarEconomic Theory Reading GroupEconomic Theory Brown BagDevelopment LunchGraduate Student EC950 WorkshopGraduate Student DefensesDunaway Lecture Series
WelcomePhD ProgramProgram StructureFunding InformationApplication InformationFrequently Asked QuestionsPast Job Market PlacementsCurrent Job Market CandidatesForms and Check Sheets
Might Econ Be for You?Program InformationForms and Check SheetsAdvising ResourcesHelp Room ScheduleEcon ScholarsGet InvolvedSummer Online Course InformationAwardsScholarshipsFAQNewsletters

Antonio Galvao

Frederick S. Addy Distinguished Chair of Economics
Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Address: 220C Marshall-Adams Hall
Tel: 517.355.2364
Fax: 517.432.1068
E-mail: agalvao@msu.edu
Web: https://sites.google.com/site/antoniofgalvao/

Curriculum Vitae

  • Econometrics
  • "GMM quantile regression" (with Sergio Firpo, Cristine Pinto, Alexandre Poirier, and Graciela SanRoman), forthcoming, Journal of Econometrics.
  • "Static and dynamic quantile preferences" (with Luciano de Castro), forthcoming, Economic Theory
  • "Portfolio selection in quantile decision models" (with Luciano de Castro, Gabriel MontesRojas and Jose Olmo), forthcoming, Annals of Finance.
  • "Quantile regression with generated regressors" (with Liqiong Chen and Suyong Song), Econometrics, 9, 16, 2021.
  • 'On the unbiased asymptotic normality of quantile regression with fixed effects" (with Jiaying Gu and Stanislav Volgushev), Journal of Econometrics, 218, 178-215, 2020.
  • "Uniform inference for value functions" (with Sergio Firpo and Tom Parker).
  • "Loss aversion and the welfare ranking of policy interventions" (with Sergio Firpo, Martyna Kobus, Tom Parker, and Pedro Rosa-Dias).
  • A first-stage representation for instrumental variables quantile regression (with Javier Alejo and Gabriel Montes-Rojas).
  • "Do people maximize quantiles?" (with Luciano de Castro, Charles Noussair, and Liang Qiao).
  • "A dynamic quantile model for distinguishing intertemporal substitution from risk aversion" (with Luciano de Castro, Lance Cundy, and Rafael Westenberger).

Michigan State University Department of Economics