Dr Namhyun Kim
Lecturer in Economics
+44 (0) 1392 725232
Streatham Court, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4PU, UK
Dr Namhyun Kim obtained her PhD degree from University of Adelaide, Australia in December 2013. She started her career as a post-doc research fellow at the University of Konstanz, Germany from October 2013 until she joined the Business School, University of Exeter, September 2015.
- Non and semiparametric Inferences
- Econometric Theory
I am mainly interested in non and semiparametric inferences, specifically developing appropriate novel approach to answer empirical questions in microeconomics and finance.
Currently, I am working on the area of weak instruments. The current project I am working on is to applying the L2 norm regularization to address the finite sample bias of 2SLS estimation in the presence of weak and/or many instruments.
Furthermore, I am also working on developing an appropriate method to address weak and/or many instruments in the semiparametric models, specifically single-index type of semiparametric model which gives the distributional flexibility of the binary response type of models.
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Conferences and invited presentations
- Plekhanov-Konstanz Econometrics Summer School (2014)
Dr Namhyun Kim was mainly teaching microeconometrics and other specific econometric methodologies such as nonparametrics and shrinkage methods for post-graduate students at the University of Konstanz. She is also interested in teaching an econometric theory course.