October 11, 2018
International Association for Applied Econometrics Elects Tepper Professor as a Fellow
Robert A. Miller, the Richard M. Cyert and Morris DeGroot Professor of Economics and Statistics and Professor of Economics and Strategy at the Tepper School of Business, has been elected as a fellow to the International Association for Applied Econometrics (IAAE).
The association, which strives to advance research and public education in the field of econometrics, counts among its Founding Fellows four Nobel Prize laureates. Including founding members, the association has about 80 fellows total.
Miller teaches courses in strategy and management at the Tepper School, where he has been a member of the faculty since 1982. His academic focus is compensation and labor, particularly managerial and executive compensation, and frequently presents at research seminars and conferences all over the world.
“Having worked at Tepper for many years, I find our business school, my colleagues and my students provide me with an ideal environment for pushing the boundaries of research and education,” said Miller. “Earning recognition from some of the most respected minds in the field is truly gratifying to all of us.”
In addition to the IAAE, Miller is also a Fellow of the Econometric Society, which advances economic theory and publishes the research journals Econometrica, Quantitative Economics and Theoretical Economics.