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Prof. Russell Davidson

McGill University


Prof Davidson came to McGill in August 2002, having been for many years at Queen's University in Kingston Ontario. Since 1987, he has divided his time between his Canadian job (fall term) and GREQAM, a research lab in Marseille, France, associated with the Université de la Méditerranée, and more particularly the Faculté des Sciences Économiques et de Gestion, at which he undertakes his undergraduate teaching while in France. His main research interests lie in the field of econometrics. Prof Davidson, has worked for several years now on problems related to the bootstrap, in an attempt to improve the reliability and ease of implementation of this important statistical tool. He has also worked on problems of poverty and income distribution, especially as regards statistical inference about stochastic dominance.

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