- Research and Publications
Angela Vossmeyer joined the Robert Day School in 2015 after receiving her Ph.D. in economics from the University of California, Irvine. Her research interests include: econometrics, Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC), banking, and financial crises. She was recently a visiting scholar at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in the Division of Monetary Affairs.
 “Treatment Effects and Informative Missingness with an Application to Bank Recapitalization Programs,” American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings), 104, 5, 212-17, 2014.
 “Determining the Proper Specification for Endogenous Covariates in Discrete Data Settings,” Advances in Econometrics, 34, 223-247, 2014.
 “Sample Selection and Treatment Effect Estimation of Lender of Last Resort Policies,” Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 34, 2, 197-212, 2016.
 “The Impact of Estimation Uncertainty on Covariate Effects in Nonlinear Models,” with Ivan Jeliazkov, Statistical Papers, 59, 3, 1031-1042, 2018.
 "Analysis of Stigma and Bank Credit Provision," Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 51, 1, 163-194, 2019.
 "Estimation and Applications of Quantile Regression for Binary Longitudinal Data," with Arshad Rahman, Advances in Econometrics, forthcoming, 2019.
 "The Quality of Banks at Stigmatized Lending Facilities," with Sriya Anbil, AEA Papers and Proceedings, forthcoming, 2019.