|Born||6 July 1947|
Jean-Pierre Florens (born 6 July 1947) is an influential French econometrician at Toulouse School of Economics. He is known for his research on Bayesian inference, econometrics of stochastic processes, causality, and frontier estimation.
Jean Pierre Florens was born in Marseille in 1947, France. He completed his undergraduate studies in economics, political science, and mathematics at the Aix-Marseille University. He pursued graduate studies in mathematics at the University of Rouen. Florens is a fellow of the Econometric Society. He advised more than 50 Ph.D. students including many influential scholars.
Florens has written 3 books and over 100 articles.
Books by Jean-Pierre Florens
- Elements of Bayesian Statistics (Ed.), Marcel Dekker, 1990 (with Michel Mouchart and Jean-Marie Rolin).
- Econometric Modeling and Inference, Cambridge University Press, 2007 (with Velayoudom Marimoutou and Anne Peguin-Feissolle).
- Florens's page at Toulouse School of Economics
- Jean-Pierre Florens at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
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1) Florens is a fellow of Econometric society, a major scholarly society which reserves fellow status as a highly selective honor, see https://www.econometricsociety.org/society/organization-and-governance/fellows;
2) Right from its inception in 1985, the journal Econometric Theory has featured the "ET Interviews". These are published interviews with key figures who have helped to shape the discipline of econometrics as we know it, see https://davegiles.blogspot.com/2015/03/the-et-interviews.html. Florens gave the "ET Interview" recently, see https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/econometric-theory/article/et-interview-jeanpierre-florens/031EE3776E032E72227E1CEBDCF7CEE4.
3) Eric Ghysels who already has a Wikipedia page, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Ghysels, claims in that interview that Florens is one of the most influential French econometrician.
4) His books are well-known in the profession and are used at different academic institutions, see
5) He has several highly cited papers (by the Econometric Theory standards):
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