Temporary assistant professor in Statistics at the University of Verona since October 2021. She was awarded a PhD in Statistical Sciences from the University of Padova and visited for research periods the statistical departments of University College London and University of Toronto. In the area of methodological statistics, she is particularly interested in likelihood asymptotics, treatment of nuisance parameters, bias reduction techniques, and composite likelihood inference.
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|Course||Name||Total credits||Online||Teacher credits||Modules offered by this teacher|
|Master’s degree in Economics and Data Analysis||Machine Learning for Economics (2022/2023)||6||2|
|Bachelor's degree in Economics, Firms and International Markets||Statistics for Business Analysis (2022/2023)||9||9|
|Master’s degree in Economics and Data Analysis||Machine Learning for Economics (2021/2022)||6||2|
|Bachelor's degree in Economics, Firms and International Markets||Statistics for Business Analysis (2021/2022)||9||9|
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