David is Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Economics at Emory University. His research includes theoretical as well as applied Econometrics and Statistics. He is *Senior Co-Editor* and elected *fellow* of **Advances in Econometrics**.

- Econometrics
- Economics
- Statistics

PhD in Economics, 2006

The London School of Economics and Political Science

MSc (Distinction) in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics, 2001

The London School of Economics and Political Science

BSc (First Class) in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics, 2000

The London School of Economics and Political Science

Browse all publications here.

On the evolution of the United Kingdom price distributions.
**Annals of Applied Statistics**, (12), 4, pp. 2618-2646.

(2018).
Averaging of an increasing number of moment condition estimators.
**Econometric Theory**, (32), 1, pp. 30-70.

(2016).
Identification and estimation of semiparametric two-step models.
**Quantitative Economics**, (7), 2, pp. 561-589.

(2016).
Uniform convergence of weighted sums of non and semiparametric residuals for estimation and testing.
**Journal of Econometrics**, (178), PART 3, pp. 426-443.

(2014).
${\sqrt{n}}$-uniformly consistent density estimation in nonparametric regression models.
**Journal of Econometrics**, (167), 2, pp. 305-316.

(2012).
Functional principal component analysis of density families with categorical and continuous data on Canadian entrant manufacturing firms.
**Journal of the American Statistical Association**, (106), 495, pp. 858-878.

(2011).
Firm size distributions through the lens of functional principal components analysis.
**Journal of Applied Econometrics**, (25), 7, pp. 1211-1214.

(2010).
Identification and nonparametric estimation of a transformed additively separable model.
**Journal of Econometrics**, (156), 2, pp. 392-407.

(2010).
Efficiency bounds for semiparametric estimation of inverse conditional-density-weighted functions.
**Econometric Theory**, (25), 3, pp. 847-855.

(2009).
Growth and governance: A nonparametric analysis.
**Journal of Comparative Economics**, (37), 1, pp. 121-143.

(2009).
**Year:**2021**Issuer:**Laney Graduate School, Emory University

**Year:**2020**Issuer:***Advances in Econometrics*

**Year:**2016**Issuer:***The American Economist*

**Year:**2013**Issuer:***Econometric Theory*