The Center for Research in Applied and Theoretical Econometrics (CRATE) was launched in Fall 2012 as part of the NYU Economics Department initiative to strengthen its quantitative component with the recruitment of two renowned senior econometricians, Quang Vuong and Edward Vytlacil. Since then, the Center has expanded to seven faculty, three research affiliates and several guest researchers visit.
The objective of the Center is to build a bridge between the frontier research in econometrics and its applications to a wide range of empirical and policy questions, including labor, industrial organization, public economics, health, and finance. The Center offers weekly seminars and research lunches where students, faculty and guests are invited to present and discuss their research projects. The Center also sponsors events and conferences. CRATE benefits from the financial support of New York University and its faculty research grants.Center for Research in Applied and Theoretical Econometrics (CRATE) New York University
19 W. 4th Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10012
Professor, NYU Economics, and Co-Director of NYU-CRATE.
Research Fields: Theoretical and Applied Econometrics.