Collin S. Philipps
Collin Philipps teaches economics and econometrics at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and at Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois. His research is primarily related to econometric theory with an eye towards innovative methodologies in macroeconomics, energy economics, and economic development.
He is best known for his work on expectile regression and macroeconomic time series.
"When expectiles are BLUE" Link.
"Does the Government Spending Multiplier Depend on the Business Cycle?" with S. Laumer. Link.
"Modifying the Gaussian kernel for kernel density estimation with censoring" Link.
"Quasi-Maximum Likelihood Estimation for Conditional Expectiles" Link to preliminary version.
"Estimating Forecasters' Loss Functions" with M. Shin
"The Aigner et al. MLE is not the Expectile MLE". Link.
Econ 475: Economic Forecasting (Link to main page)
Spring 2019 Econ 475: Economic Forecasting
Spring 2019 Econ 105: Principles of Economics
Fall 2018 Econ 475: Economic Forecasting
Spring 2018 Econ 475: Economic Forecasting
Fall 2017 Econ 475: Economic Forecasting
Spring 2017 Econ 302: Intermediate Microeconomics
Spring 2017 Econ 105: Principles of Economics
Fall 2016 Econ 102: Microeconomic Principles
Spring 2015 Econ 103: Individual and Social Choice
Spring 2015 Econ 238: Using Regression & Econometric Methods
Fall 2014 Econ 236: Economics of Energy and Public Policy
Fall 2014 Econ 210: Comparative Economic Systems
The Philipps family emigrated from South Wales and settled the Welsh Hills area of Ohio in 1801. This colony became the town of Granville.
The Philipps family homestead was recently used as a filming location for a movie starring Bruce Willis and Hayden Christensen.