Cristina Amado is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Minho, Portugal, and an international research fellow at CREATES, Aarhus University. She holds a PhD in Economic Statistics from the Stockholm School of Economics with a thesis entitled "Four essays on the econometric modelling of volatility and durations" since 2009. She is also a research member at the Economic Policies Research Centre (NIPE). Her main research interests lie within the fields of time-series analysis, nonlinear modelling and mathematical statistics.
nonlinear modelling and mathematical statistics.
Amado, C., & Teräsvirta, T. (2017). Specification and Testing of Multiplicative Time-Varying GARCH Models with Applications. Econometric Reviews, 36(4), 421–446. DOI
Amado, C., & Teräsvirta, T. (2014). Conditional correlation models of autoregressive conditional heteroscedasticity with nonstationary GARCH equations. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 32(1), 69–87. DOI
Amado, C., & Teräsvirta, T. (2014). Modelling changes in the unconditional variance of long stock return series. Journal of Empirical Finance, 25, 15–35. DOI
Amado, C., & Teräsvirta, T. (2013). Modelling volatility by variance decomposition. Journal of Econometrics, 175(2), 142–153. DOI
Econometric Modelling of Time Series
Dynamic and Growth Economics
Applied Statistics for Economics and Management
Research in Applied Economics
Topics in Econometrics