Editorial and fellowship positions
The Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics (EBS) is a group of around fifty academic and three professional staff whose mission is to propagate the application of the scientific method to business and economics through research and education. The quality and quantity of our academic publication output is testament to the academic capacity of staff within the Department. Numerous staff holdfellowships oreditorial roles. Staff are regularly invited to present at major conferences, and we complement our capacity bywelcomingacademic visitors throughout the year.
Editorial roles in academic publications require significant expertise in the relevant field. Individuals must be at the forefront of their discipline. An appointment to an editorial position normally reflects the recognition and respect of peers for that level of expertise.
We are pleased to acknowledge the large number and diverse range of editorial roles held by our staff.
Fellowships of scientific academies recognise the most distinguished individuals in their discipline. Normally elected by peers, only a very limited number of people acquire this status.
We are pleased to acknowledge this level of achievement in our staff.
|Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science||Professor Rob Hyndman|
|Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia|
|Fellow of the American Statistical Association||Professor Dianne Cook|
|Fellow of the Econometric Society||Professor Alan Powell|
Professor Max King
|Fellow of the International Association for Applied Econometrics (IAAE)|
|Fellow of the International Institute of Forecasters||Professor Ralph Snyder|
|Fellow of the Journal of Econometrics||Professor Jiti Gao|
|Journal of Time Series Analysis - Distinguished Author||Professor Donald Poskitt|