Maliar joins The Graduate Center from Stanford University, where she was a research fellow at the Hoover Institution and a lecturer in the Department of Economics. Her interests include macroeconomics, economic theory, computational economics, economic growth and development, dynamic games, transition economies, and international economics. Maliar’s research has appeared in numerous economic journals, including Econometrica, Quantitative Economics, and Review of Economic Dynamics. She currently serves as an associate editor for Quantitative Economics journal of the Econometric Society and advises the Bank of Canada.
Professor Lilia Maliar (Economics) was appointed a fellow of the Hoover Institution, an influential public policy think tank based at Stanford University. Maliar, whose research...
KEYNOTE ADDRESS ON DEEP LEARNING AND MACHINE LEARNING BY ECONOMICS PROFESSOR LILIA MALIAR AT ECOMOD CONFERENCE
In a recent keynote address, “Solving Dynamic Economic Models with Deep Learning: Theory and Applications,” at the 2021 EcoMod conference, Professor Lilia Maliar (Economics) discussed...
Professor Lilia Maliar, who taught with Milgrom at Stanford, shares her thoughts on what his research means to the rest of us.
Professor Lilia Maliar Awarded $308,000 NSF Grant for Research on Applying Artificial Intelligence to Economic Models
She will "use AI to solve those difficult models that economists want but cannot solve yet," including understanding the COVID-19 pandemic and economic recovery.