Ph.D., Economics, Indiana University, Bloomington
MBA, Economics, Indiana University, Bloomington
Judex Hyppolite is an Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance in the Economics, Finance, and Real Estate Department at Monmouth University. He holds a Ph.D. from Indiana University-Bloomington and his primary research areas are Econometrics, Monetary Economics, and Finance. His current research focuses on the application of Panel Data Mixture Models to the study of firms and households heterogeneous behaviors. He has studied the differences in the investment behavior of firms when they are financially constrained and when they are not, and the differences in the healthcare behavior of individuals grouped according to their intensity of healthcare utilization. His healthcare article was recently published in Health Economics.
Dr. Hyppolite currently teaches Business Statistics and Money, Credit, and Financial Institutions.
- Scholarly Articles
“Alternative Approaches for Econometric Analysis of Panel Count Data using Dynamic Latent Class Models (with Application to Doctor Visits Data),” Health Economics 21(S1), June 2012: 101-128 (with Pravin Trivedi)
- Presentations/Invited Talks
- University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, November 2011
- International Monetary Fund (IMF), Research Department, Washington DC, September 2011
- Diversity Initiative for Tenure in Economics (DITE), Duke University, June 2011
- Mid-continent Regional Science Association (MCRSA), Detroit, Michigan, June 2011
- Jordan River Economic Conference, Indiana University, Spring 2007
Competitive scholarship for a Master’s degree in Economics, Central Bank of Haiti (BRH), Program of the Laureats, July 1998Competitive scholarship for a Master’s degree in Economics, Central Bank of Haiti (BRH), Program of the Laureats, July 1998