10th Anniversary of Econometrics

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Econometrics, a peer-reviewed open access journal that publishes research on econometric modeling and forecasting and new advances in econometrics theory. We want to express our sincerest gratitude for the contributions of the authors, reviewers, editors, readers, and all the people who have worked for the journal over the years. We hope you can join us in celebrating this milestone, for which we are arranging a series of special content and events, and that you enjoy the collection below.

Development and Achievements

View the 10-year timeline infographic here. Trace the development of Econometrics from its origins and through various milestones.

The inaugural issue was published. Econometrics was published as a quarterly journal.

Prof. Kerry Patterson was the founding Editor-in-Chief of Econometrics, and he served from 2013 to 2016.

"Kerry Patterson is Emeritus Professor of Econometrics at the University of Reading, U.K. He retired in 2016, with his career as an economist spanning 40 years, the first of which were at the Bank of England working on macro-econometric models, methods and macroeconomic policy issues, such as the sensitivity of interest rate changes, the determinants of consumption expenditure and forecasting and simulating large-scale models. He continued and extended this work at the University of Reading, extensively publishing work in leading journals in economics and econometrics, such as the Review of Economics and Statistics, Economic Journal, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society and International Journal of Forecasting."

Prof. Marc S. Paolella was appointed as the new Editor-in-Chief for Econometrics.

Prof. Dr. Marc Paolella received a PhD degree from Kiel University, Germany, in 1998. He is a professor of Empirical Finance at the University of Zurich (UZH), Department of Banking and Finance. Prof. Paolella has published approximately 50 academic papers, and single-authored four graduate-level books on probability theory, statistical inference, linear models, time series analysis, and financial econometrics. His research interests include classic and modern statistical inference, time series analysis, and financial risk prediction.

Econometrics published its 100th paper.

Econometrics announced the second edition of the Econometrics 2016 Best Paper Award.

Econometrics cooperated with “Econometric Models of Climate Change: Conference 2017”.

Econometrics was indexed in Scopus.

Econometrics was indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI—Web of Science).

Econometrics published its 200th paper.

Econometrics cooperated with “2019 EMCC-IV: Econometric Models of Climate Change Conference”.

Econometrics cooperated with “6th International Symposium in Computational Economics and Finance”.

Prof. Martin Wagner was appointed as Co-Editor-in-Chief.

Prof. Dr. Martin Wagner completed his doctoral studies at the Vienna University of Technology, Austria, in 2000. He is a professor of Economics at the University of Klagenfurt, Austria, and Vice Dean, Faculty of Management and Economics, at the University of Klagenfurt.

Econometrics published its 300th paper.

Econometrics cooperated with “2nd Vienna Workshop on Economic Forecasting 2020”.

Dr. Ryo Okui was appointed as Co-Editor-in-Chief.

Dr. Ryo Okui received a PhD degree from the University of Pennsylvania, USA, in 2005. He is a professor of Economics at the University of Tokyo. His main research interest is panel data analysis, and he studied statistical methods to obtain the distribution of characteristics across units in panel data and procedures to cluster units according to the value of characteristics.

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