## Most viewed posts of 2022

Happy new year to all of you. I hope that this new year will be great and that few of my most viewed posts will help some of…

Macro perspectives and debates

Happy new year to all of you. I hope that this new year will be great and that few of my most viewed posts will help some of…

NEW WORKING PAPER: This paper investigates the role of political tensions between the US and China and global market forces in explaining oil price fluctuations. To this end,…

In the Appendix A of this book: Statistics: Principles and Methods written by Giuseppe Cicchitelli, Pierpaolo D’Urso and Marco Minozzo published by Pearson in 2021, I found the…

NEW PUBLICATION: We can use Fourier Dickey-Fuller unit root tests, time-varying fiscal reaction functions and threshold fiscal reactions functions. Over the period spanning from 1870 to 2017, we…

It is a great pleasure and an honor to announce that I wrote my first blog for APTECH with Eric Clower. In this blog, we will look more…

The positional average known as the skewness allows you to assess the symmetry of a distribution. When the skewness is to zero, then the distribution is symmetric. You…

During this summer, I decided to explore and to understand the concept of common factors in panel data econometrics, which are a very important thing, in the exchange…

NEW PUBLICATION: The answer is yes. When the credit-to-GDP ratio is above 96.5%, the effect of a further development of bank credit on the economic growth is not…

NEW PUBLICATION: It was very interesting to explore how political tensions between China and the US impact the oil market. The originality of our approach lies in the…

The Big-O notation may seem quite obscure when you see it for the first time. A good way to intuitively understand this notation is to consider the case…

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