Dr Santiago Montoya-Blandon
- Lecturer in Econometrics (Economics)
University Avenue, Glasgow, Glasgow City, Scotland, United Kingdom, G12 8QQ
Santiago is a Lecturer in Econometrics for the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow. He completed his undergraduate and master's studies at Universidad EAFIT in Colombia before moving to Atlanta to complete his PhD at Emory University. His research work covers theoretical and applied econometrics, with a focus on Bayesian analysis, and attempts to present rigorous solutions to problems that arise in applied microeconomic settings. Currently, he is also interested in the econometric challenges inherent to network data. Along his research interests, Santiago has taught several courses in Econometrics and Bayesian methods at an undergraduate and graduate level.
Santiago is a member of the Applied Economics research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- Theoretical econometrics
- Bayesian econometrics
- Applied microeconomics
- Econometrics of networks
- ECON5120 – Bayesian Data Analysis
- ECON5004P/ECON5102P – Economics PGT Research Methods and Dissertation Training
Personal website: Santiago Montoya-Blandón