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Department of Statistics


Carsten Jentsch's research interests are in the field of mathematical statistics with a focus on the methodological development and implementation of estimation and testing procedures as well as on the modeling of temporally and/or spatially dependent data and their application in economics and social sciences. He deals with various topics from time series analysis or time series econometrics, increasingly using methods from the domain of spectral analysis. In particular, bootstrap methods for dependent data are a major subject of his research. Furthermore, he is interested in statistical methods for stochastic networks and the statistical analysis of text data.