Kevin E. Staub

Current subjects


Econometrics 2

ECOM30002/ECOM90002, Bachelor of Commerce/Master of Economics


Advanced Econometric Techniques 2

ECOM90014, PhD in Economics



Past subjects


Quantitative Methods for Business

ECOM90009, Master of Management


Empirical Methods for Business

ECON90076, Graduate Certificate in Business (online)


Introduction to Econometrics

FS131310, Bachelor program, University of Lucerne, Switzerland, Spring 2013


Empirical Methods

MOEC0021, Masters program, University of Zurich, Switzerland, Fall 2012




PhD supervision


I'm available as a PhD dissertation supervisor for University of Melbourne students.


Past students:


An econometric analysis of multivariate fractional time shares using Australian longitudinal household data.

D.T. Mai. 2021. Completed.


When do trade networks matter in aggregate? Essays in international trade.

B. Lampe. 2018. Completed.


Essays in International Trade.

P. Kharel. 2017. Completed.




Masters and Honours supervision


I'm available as a research essay advisor for Masters and Honours students in Economics, and Masters students in Applied Econometrics. If you're interested in having me as an advisor, please read the information in the following pdf.



Recent research essays supervised:


Perceived Well-Being and Income by Gender in Indonesia (B Maula, 2021)

Happiness trends by gender in India: Evidence from repeated cross-sections 1990-2012 (P Kasbekar, 2021)

Happiness trends, gender, and machine learning: A modern econometric approach (N Chai, 2020)

Religion, education, and happiness (J Gulair, 2019)

Australian household demand for food away from home: A count data approach (S Narang, 2018)

The effect of international students on bilateral trade (A Li, 2018)

Financial frictions and international trade during the Asian financial crisis (S Setiaji, 2016)

The impact of export diversification on macroeconomic volatility (J Hrbek, 2016)

Unemployment scarring in Australia (J Tran, 2016)

A simulation study of random coefficients demand models in two-sided markets (S Wong, 2015)

The effect of Melbourne’s Urban Growth Boundary on land prices (H Williams, 2015)

The digital divide in Australia: An empirical analysis using ABS data (J Mann, 2014)



Department of Economics

111 Barry Street

The University of Melbourne, 3010 VIC

Australia



Contact:

Email: kevin.staub[at]unimelb.edu.au

Phone: 03 903 53776

Office: FBE 344






This version: July, 2022

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