Paul W. Wilson
Professor, Department of Economics
and School of Computing

Department of Economics
228 Sirrine Hall
Clemson University
Clemson, South Carolina 29634
USA

Email: pww at (i.e., "@") clemson.edu
Phone: 1-864-656-2032
Fax: 1-864-656-4192


At Bran Castle, in Transylvania.

 

I am a frequent visitor at the Institut de Statistique Biostatistique et Sciences Actuarielles, Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

I will teach the following courses during the fall semester, 2014:

ECON 806: Econometrics I---Probability and Statistics for Econometrics

ECON 808: Econometrics III---Nonlinear Estimation and Inference

I have also taught the following courses during previous semesters at Clemson:

ECON 807: Econometrics II---Linear Estimation and Inference

ECON 900: Advanced Econometrics---Methods for Empirical Microeconomics

ECON 900: Advanced Econometrics---Analysis of Efficiency and Production

ECON 900: Computational Methods for Economics

ECON 405: Introduction to Econometrics

Graduate courses are signified by red arrows; undergraduate courses by blue arrows. In addition to the courses listed above, I taught the following courses in my former department (i.e., Department of Economics, University of Texas, Austin):

ECO380N: Urban Economic Theory

ECO392M.2: Econometrics I---Linear Estimation and Inference

ECO392M.3: Econometrics II---Nonlinear Estimation and Inference

ECO392M7: Advanced Econometric Theory II---Nonparametric Estimation and Inference

ECO334K: Introduction to Urban Economics

ECO341K: Introduction to Econometrics

Click on these items to find:

My CV;

Citations to my work;

My page at RePec.org;

Some of my recent papers;

My academic genealogy;

My bookmarks;

Course materials for students;

FEAR: Frontier Efficiency Analysis with R Version 2.0.1 now available;

TeX/LaTeX resources;

Sons of the Republic of Texas (I am a member);

Tex-Mex in implausible locations;

Scam letters by the lads from Lagos.

My computer (well, part of it is mine)...

and my bike;

Why go slowly when it is possible to go fast?