Sanghyeok Lee is an assistant professor in the Department of Economics, American University in Cairo. His primary research interest is micro-econometric theory and applications. It includes event history and duration analysis, panel data, treatment effect, and machine learning. His secondary research interests are micro-econometric policy evaluation, especially with its focus placed on health, labor, education, and family.
- PhD in economics, Australian National University 2019
- MA in economics, Korea University, 2008
- BA in business administration, Korea University, 2005.
- Lee, MJ and Lee, S, forthcoming, Review and comparison of treatment effect estimators using propensity and prognostic scores, International Journal of Biostatistics.
- Lee, S and Gørgen, T 2022, Using maximum simulated likelihood methods to overcome left-censoring: Dynamic event history models of heart attack risk in New Zealand, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series A), vol. 185, no. 1, pp. 348--376.
- Lee, S and Gørgens, T 2021, Estimation of dynamic models of recurrent events with censored data, Econometrics Journal, vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 199--224.
- Lee, MJ and Lee, S 2019, Double robustness without weighting, Statistics & Probability Letters, vol. 146, pp. 175--180.
- Lee, MJ and Lee, S 2011, Likelihood-based estimators for endogenous or truncated samples in standard stratified sampling, in DM Drukker (ed.), Advances in Econometrics, vol. 27, Part 1, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 63-91.
- Primary: Econometric theory, and applied micro-econometrics, especially event history and duration data, panel data, treatment effects, and machine learning.
- Secondary: Health, labour, education, and family.