Dr Rabeya Khatoon

Dr Rabeya Khatoon

Dr Rabeya Khatoon

1.04 (25-27 Belgrave Road),
The Priory Road Complex, Priory Road, Clifton
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Telephone Number (0117) 39 40452

Department of Economics

Personal profile

Rabeya joined the University of Bristol as a Teaching Fellow in Economics in August 2017. She worked as a Teaching Fellow at the Department of Statistical Science at University College London over the 2016-17 academic year. She is a Fellow in Higher Education Academy and in UCL Arena. Prior to joining to UCL, Rabeya served as an Assistant Professor in Economics at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Rabeya graduated in Economics from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, before obtaining her MSc in Economics and Econometrics and PhD in Econometrics from the University of Manchester. Her PhD thesis proposed generalized empirical likelihood estimators for grouped data models, with their first and second order asymptotics. The theory developed is then tested with Monte Carlo simulations and an application using UK LFS data. She is broadly interested in theoretical and applied econometrics research.




EFIMM0005: Quantitative Methods for Finance and Investment

EFIM30006: Applied Econometrics

EFIM20010: Applied Quantitative Research Methods

EFIM10016: Economic Data

Latest publications

  1. Andrews, M, Hall, A, Khatoon, R & Lincoln, J, 2019, ‘Info-metric Methods for the Estimation of Models with Group-Specific Moment Conditions’. in: Amos Golan, Min Chen , Michael Dunn, Aman Ullah (eds) Recent Innovations in Info-Metrics: a cross-disciplinary perspective on information and information processing. Oxford University Press
  2. Rahman, M, Pallikadavath, S & Khatoon, R, 2019, ‘Does Shorter Postnatal Hospital Stay Lead to Postdischarge Complications? An Instrumental Variables Approach’. Journal of International Development, vol 31., pp. 432-471

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