Dr Anthony Murphy
Federal Reserve Bank
Anthony Murphy is a senior economic policy advisor of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, and he leads the macroeconomics and finance group. He joined the Dallas Fed in 2010 from Oxford University.
He is an applied econometrician with research interests in housing markets, savings and consumption, labour economics and finance. His current research focuses on the boom and bust in U.S. house prices and consumer spending.
His articles have appeared in Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, Economics Letters, Economic Journal, Financial Analyst's Journal, Journal of Empirical Finance, Journal of Financial Stability and The Oxford Review of Economic Policy, among others.
He obtained a DPhil from Oxford University, an MSc from the London School of Economics and a BA from Trinity College Dublin.
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The course covers the estimation and usage of discrete choice models that are increasingly estimated using simulation methods. Discrete choice models are used to examine the choices of individual consumers, households, firms and other agents.