Dr. Kenneth G. Stewart

Department of Economics, University of Victoria

Office: Room 352, Business & Economics Building

Mail:

Department of Economics
University of Victoria
P.O. Box 1700, STN CSC
Victoria, British Columbia
Canada V8W 2Y2
 
Courier:

Department of Economics
Room 360, Business & Economics Building
University of Victoria
Victoria, British Columbia
Canada V8W 2Y2
 
Phone:
Fax:
email:
(250) 721-8534
(250) 721-6214
kstewart[at]uvic.ca
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Errata


Amazon web page


Teaching

Enrolled students: Access to course information and materials is via CourseSpaces

2019 Spring
Thesis Guidelines and Suggestions

Letters of Reference

If you are an undergraduate student applying for employment or further study, I will be happy to write a
letter of recommendation or complete a recommendation form if you have done well in at least one course
taken from me (or, of course, if I have supervised your Honours Thesis) and if your transcript as a whole
is strong enough that I can endorse you.

For applicants to law school or graduate programs in economics, reviewers are normally asked to comment
on the student's writing abilities. You should therefore provide me with a graded term paper, essay, or
similar evidence of writing ability from your undergraduate years (any course is fine) so that I can assess
this. This is also desirable, although not essential, for applicants to other types of programs, such as
MBA programs, or employment.

I can only write letters of recommendation directed toward a specific objective, such as particular
educational programs or employment. Except in unusual circumstances it is not possible for me to provide
you with a general letter of reference, because the letter I write will depend on what it is to be used
for. There are many students who I could recommend for employment or an MBA program, for example,
who would not be suited for graduate school in economics.

Research

Brief Curriculum Vitae

See also my RePEc and Google Scholar pages. RePEc is less comprehensive than Google Scholar, but indicates the relationship between published articles and the earlier working paper(s). To locate my Google Scholar page from among the many people having names similar to mine, within Google Scholar search on "kenneth stewart uvic"

Replication Files

2018 Canadian Journal of Economics

2018 Journal of Applied Econometrics (also posted to the JAE data archive)

2011 Applied Financial Economics

Articles using baseball data 1998-2010
although note this correction to REStat paper


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Revised January 2019