Gary Cornwall is currently a Research Economist at the Bureau of Economic Analysis and Adjunct Professor of Economics at George Washington University.
His research interests are focused on Bayesian modeling methods, real estate, urban/regional, time series/spactial econometrics, and hypothesis testing. His current projects include papers on predicting the land value underlying private structures in the United States, evaluating the impact of closing the world's largest landfill on nearby real estate markets, identifying seasonal time series and unit roots using machine learning methods, and evaluting the impact of property tax changes for school funding on housing prices in Ohio. In addition to these projects Gary is also working on several papers in the fields of biostatistics and management.
His research interests are focused primarily on Bayesian modeling methods, real estate, urban/regional, time series/spatial econometrics, and hypothesis testing. His current research projects include papers on predictive model selection criteria, spatial and network based regression discontinuity design, spatial mixture models, and machine learning enhanced hypothesis testing. In addition to these projects Gary is also working on several papers in the fields of biostatistics and management.
In addition to his academic pursuits Gary spent nearly 10 years working for Fidelity Investments in a variety of roles. Some of the responsibilities within those roles included; facilitation of retirement plan seminars, new associate training, large plan financial statement construction, and large plan audit assistance. He has held a variety of professional licenses including the series 6, 26 and 63.