Dr Jennifer Castle
Director of Climate Econometrics
Tutorial Fellow in Economics, Magdalen College, University of Oxford
Jennifer Castle is currently Director of Climate Econometrics (formerly the Programme for Economic Modelling). Research interests include: Econometric modelling and the use of general to specific methodology in modelling economic time series. Macro-economic forecasting in theory and practice. Monetary policy and the role of the Central Bank. Applications: UK inflation and the output gap.
Modelling and forecasting the COVID-19 pandemic time-series data
15 Mar 22
We analyze the number of recorded cases and deaths of COVID-19 in many parts of the world, with the ...
Forecasting facing economic shifts, climate change and evolving pandemics
15 Mar 22
A strategy for achieving net zero emissions by 2050: Written evidence by Dr Jennifer L. Castle and Prof Sir David F. Hendry to the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee
11 Mar 21
Statistical Short-term Forecasting of the COVID-19 Pandemic
27 Oct 20
We have been publishing real-time forecasts of confirmed cases and deaths for COVID-19 from mid-Marc...
Modelling non-stationary ‘Big Data’
28 Sep 20
‘Fat big data’ characterise data sets that contain many more variables than observations. We discuss...
Short-term forecasting of the coronavirus pandemic
12 Sep 20
We have been publishing real-time forecasts of confirmed cases and deaths from coronavirus disease 2...
Climate Econometrics: An Overview
18 Aug 20
Climate econometrics is a new sub-discipline that has grown rapidly over the last few years.
Decarbonising the future UK economy
04 Jun 20
The authors describe some speculative routes to a decarbonised future as increased use of renewable ...