Author Archives: Eva Ferreira

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Eva Ferreira is a Full Professor at the Econometrics and Statistical Department at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU). She graduated in Mathematics there, got her master's in Probability and Statistics at the Courant Institute (New York University) and earned his PhD at UPV/EHU. Her main research interests are related with stochastic processes, theory and applications.

As a professor in Statistics, reports on sexual activity provide a wide source of ideas to make proposals for students in which they have to apply statistical knowledge. Moreover, since the interpretations can be very funny and interesting, my hope […]

Every year, as the International Women’s Day approaches, a classic topic for the media is to summarize statistics related to the gender wage gap. The empirical evidence is overwhelming: differences between men and women in the labor market are […]

Recently, a very interesting article has appeared in Nature. It is mainly directed to non-specialists, in order to help to interpret the scientific results with care, making the appropriate conclusions and, sometimes even more important, avoiding the wrong ones. The […]