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Simon Power

Associate Professor

Degrees:B.A. (Durham), M.A. (London), M.A. (Saskatchewan), Ph.D. (Western Ontario)
Phone:613-520-2600 x 3764
Office:B-853 Loeb

Research fields: econometrics, history of economic thought, comparative economic systems

• Quantitative Methods
• Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Most Significant Career Research Contributions:

“Linear Estimation of the Regression Model with ARMA Disturbances: A Simulation Study,” (with Askar H. Choudhury and Robert D. St. Louis), Communications in Statistics: Simulation and Computation, Volume 26, 1997, Pages 315-332.

“Convenient Methods for Estimation of Linear Regression Models with MA(q) Disturbances,” (with Askar H. Choudhury and Robert D. St. Louis), Canadian Journal of Economics, Volume 29, 1996, Pages 309-317.

“Monte Carlo Response Surfaces: A Comparative Approach,” Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, Volume 43, 1995, Pages 301-310.

“The Impact of Government Social Security Payments on the Annuity Market” (with Peter G.C. Townley), Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, Volume 12, Number 1, February 1993, Pages 47–56.

“The Origins of the Heckscher-Ohlin Concept,” History of Political Economy, Volume 19, Number 2, Summer 1987, Pages 289–298.

“Nonparametric Monte Carlo Density Estimation of Rational Expectations Estimators and Their t-Ratios,” (with Aman Ullah), Advances in Econometrics, Volume 6, 1987, Pages 157-186.