Professor of Economics
Education: BA University of Athens; MA Northwestern University; PhD Northwestern University
Research Areas: econometrics; applied economics; big data
Aikaterini Kyriazidou is an econometrician with contributions in the theory of panel data and limited dependent variable model estimation and testing, as well as various applied economics fields, such as Marketing, Finance, and Labor Economics. Her current interests include machine learning and big data techniques. Kyriazidou was awarded the Arnold Zellner Award for the Μost Οutstanding Τhesis in Business and Economic Statistics. She was the recipient of the Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship and of various national research grants such as from the NSF and the Greek Government. Kyriazidou served as a member of the Social Sciences and Humanities Evaluation Committee, European Research Council (ERC), a member of the Research Council of Greece in the Social Sciences, a member of the Program Committee of the Econometric Society, as Co-editor of the Econometric Journal, 1999-2007 and as Associate Editor of the Journal of Economic and Business Statistics.