Anastasia Semykina is the Deputy Dean, Research and Innovation, in the School of Economics, Finance & Marketing. Her research is a combination of econometrics methods research and applied econometrics studies. Her theoretical econometrics research focuses on estimating linear and nonlinear panel (longitudinal) data models with missing data. Several of her methodology papers are published in top econometrics journals – Journal of Econometrics and Journal of Applied Econometrics. She also does applied empirical research on labour economics, economics of education, economies in transition, and economic psychology.
- Ali, A.,Tawk, R.,Xiao, H.,Semykina, A.,Montero, A.,Moussa, R.,Popoola, O.,Diaby, V. (2022). Comparative cost-effectiveness of radiotherapy among older women with hormone receptor positive early-stage breast cancer In: Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, 22, 735 - 741
- Semykina, A.,Gao, N. (2021). Estimation of Teacher Value Added in the Presence of Missing Data In: Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, 14, 676 - 695
- Gao, N.,Semykina, A. (2021). Competition Effects of Charter Schools: New Evidence from North Carolina In: Journal of School Choice, 15, 393 - 416
- Ali, A.,Tawk, R.,Xiao, H.,Campbell, E.,Semykina, A.,Montero, A.,Mogos, M.,Diaby, V. (2019). Comparative effectiveness of radiotherapy for early-stage hormone receptor-positive breast cancer in elderly women using real-world data In: Cancer Medicine, 8, 117 - 127
- Semykina, A. (2018). Self-employment among women: Do children matter more than we previously thought? In: Journal of Applied Econometrics, 33, 416 - 434
- Semykina, A.,Wooldridge, J. (2018). Binary response panel data models with sample selection and self-selection In: Journal of Applied Econometrics, 33, 179 - 197