A brief summary of my life/experience follows. I completed my undergraduate (bachelor's) degree at Yale University, in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology. In the meantime, I learned enough computer stuff that I did some IT consulting (basically, net and *nix admin). Then I got an MBA/MS in Finance from Temple University, and now I'm in a PhD program in Finance, also at TU. I've also been known to have some interest in anime, computer games, and open source software. I keep myself moving with ping-pong and martial arts.
And that about covers it in terms of subject matter where I may be at least half-way competent to contribute something.
On occasion, I teach undergraduate finance as part of my graduate assistantship work. Thanks to the encouragement and organizational support provided by the Eduzendium project, one of the course projects is writing an article for Citizendium. See the course project site if you are curious.
The following is a list of some articles that I notice are somewhat sparse on WP, and think I can start/contribute to here.
- Homoskedasticity and Heteroskedasticity
- Tests for the above (Breusch-Pagan, Goldfeld-Quandt, etc.)
- Turnpike theorem
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