Team

Annika Schnücker

Annika Schnücker
Role
Ph.D. Student
Department
Macroeconomics
Key activities

Econometrics, Multivariate Time Series Analysis, Bayesian Inference, Empirical Macroeconomics

    Publications at DIW Berlin

    Diskussionspapiere/ Discussion Papers (2016)

    Restrictions Search for Panel VARs

    Annika Schnücker

    Lectures at DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag 11th International Conference on Computational and Financial Econometrics (CFE 2017)
    London, Großbritannien, 16.12.2017 - 18.12.2017

    International Monetary Policy Transmission
    Annika Schnücker, Gregor von Schweinitz

  • Vortrag Empirical Macroeconomics : Workshop des Forschungsschwerpunkts Statistik und Ökonometrie der FU Berlin
    Berlin, 30.11.2017

    Penalized Estimation of Panel Vector Autoregressive Models : A Lasso Approach
    Annika Schnücker

  • Vortrag Econometrics Seminar : University of Melbourne, Department of Economics
    Melbourne, Australien, 18.10.2017

    Penalized Estimation of Panel Vector Autoregressive Models : A Lasso Approach
    Annika Schnücker

  • Vortrag School of Economics Seminars : University of Sydney
    Sydney, Australien, 05.10.2017

    Penalized Estimation of Panel Vector Autoregressive Models : A Lasso Approach
    Annika Schnücker

  • Vortrag Alternative Geld- und Finanzarchitekturen : Jahrestagung 2017 des Vereins für Socialpolitik
    Wien, Österreich, 03.09.2017 - 06.09.2017

    Penalized Estimation of Panel Vector Autoregressive Models : A Lasso Approach
    Annika Schnücker

  • CV - Short Version

    Annika Schnücker joined the Graduate Center in October 2013. Her main research interests lie in the field of multiple time series analysis and empirical macroeconomics. In her doctoral thesis she studies model selection and estimation methods for panel vector autoregressive models. She obtained her Master's degree of Economics from the Wilhelms-University Münster. Before, she studied Economics and Business Administration as well as History in Frankfurt and Oldenburg. She worked as an intern at the German Bundesbank and the Rheinisch-Westfälischen Institute for Economic Research. Annika visited during her PhD the research department of the International Monetary Fund and the Department of Economics of the University of Melbourne. She works as a teaching assistant for Multiple Time Series Analysis at the Free University of Berlin and at DIW Berlin.