Email: james_mcdonald@byu.edu
Office: 153 FOB
Phone: 801-422-3463
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James McDonald, Professor

Department: Economics

Vita

Education

  • PhD, Purdue University, 1970
  • MS, Utah State University, 1966
  • BS, Utah State University, 1964

Awards

  • FHSS Achievement in Teaching Award, 2014-2015, FHSS, 2015

Professional Affiliations

  • Econometric Society

Publication Info

  • David Mauler, James B. McDonald (2015). Option Pricing and Distribution Characteristics. Computational Economics.
  • James V Hansen, James B McDonald, Brad Larson , Peter Theodossiou (2010). Partially Adaptive Econometric Methods for Regression and Classification. Computational Economics.
  • Chris Hansen, James B McDonald, Whitney Newey (2010). Instrumental Variables Estimation with Flexible Distributions. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics.
  • James B McDonald, Craig Bruce Merrill, David Cummins (2008). Risky Loss Distributions and Modeling the Pay-out Tail. Review of Applied Economics.
  • James B McDonald, Michael R Ransom (2008). The Generalized Beta Distribution as a Model for the Distribution of Income: Estimation of Related Measures of. The Generalized Beta Distribution as a Model for the Distribution of Income: Estimation of Related Measures of Inequality.
  • James V Hansen, James B McDonald, Conan Carl Albrecht, James V Hansen, Douglas L Dean, Bonnie Brinton Anderson (2007). A Semantic Web Data Retrieval Implementation with an Adaptive Model for Supporting Agent Decision Structures. Electronic Commerce Research.
  • Brian Howard Boyer, James B McDonald, Whitney Newey (2003). A comparison of partially adaptive and reweighted least squares estimation. Econometric Reviews.