My name is Jeremy Bejarano. I'm a Ph.D. student in the Department of Economics at the University of Chicago. My interests are in macroeconomics and finance, with a emphasis on asset pricing.


Research


Sectoral Shifts, Production Networks, and the Term Structure of Equity
(Job Market Paper)












Works in Progress


Asset Pricing and the Importance of Sectoral Shocks








Teaching


Course Material

Here I include material that I developed for courses that I have taught in the past.

Miscellaneous

  • Interactive Plot and Widget Demo. Here I present examples of the kinds of interactive plots and widgets that can be easily embedded into a website using tools that work well with or are based in the Python/R ecosystem.
  • Jupter Notebook: Fixed and Random Effects Models in Python, R, and Stata . This should be updated, but some have found this useful. It's a Jupyter notebook in which I replicate some examples from Wooldridge's panel data book. It provides side-by-side code showing how to implement fixed and random effects models in Python (using the statsmodels and linearmodels packages), R, and Stata.