Carl H. Lindner College of BusinessCarl H. Lindner College of BusinessUniversity of Cincinnati

Carl H. Lindner College of Business

Olivier Parent, PhD

Associate Professor
Professional Summary
Dr Parent arrived at UC in 2006 as an assistant professor.
Contact Information
E-mail:
Office:
331 Carl H. Lindner Hall
Phone:
513-556-3941
Fax:
513-556-2669
Teaching Interest
  • Urban and Regional Economics, Econometrics
Research Interest
  • Spatial Econometrics, Bayesian Economics, Regional Economics
Awards | Honors

Name:
William H. Miernyk Research Excellence Medal
Year Received:
2008


Education

Institution:
University of Saint-Etienne
Major:
Economics
Completed:
2005
Degree:
Ph D


Institution:
Louis Pasteur University (Strasbourg I)
Major:
Econometrics
Completed:
2001
Degree:
MS


Published Contributions

David Brasington, Olivier Parent,  (2017). Public School Consolidation: A Partial Observability Spatial Bivariate Probit Approach. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society - Series A, 633-656.


Olivier Parent, Changjoo Kim,  ,  (2016). Modeling individual travel behaviors based on intra-household interactions. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 1-11.


Jeffrey Mills, Olivier Parent,  (2014). Bayesian MCMC inference for spatial models. Handbook of Regional Science, Springer, 1571‑1595.


Olivier Parent, Rainer vomHofe,  (2013). Understanding the impact of trails on residential property values in the presence of spatial dependence. Annals of Regional Science, 355-375.


Olivier Parent, Abdallah  Zouache,  ,  (2012). Geography versus Institutions: New Perspectives on the Growth of Africa and the Middle East. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 31.


Olivier Parent,  (2012). Space-time dependence in the production of new knowledge. Journal of Geographical Systems, 49-73.


Olivier Parent, James LeSage,  ,  (2012). Spatial dynamic panel data models with random effects. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 11.


Olivier Parent, James LeSage,  (2012). The role of knowledge production in regional economic growth. Journal of Regional Science, 256-284.


Olivier Parent, James  LeSage,  (2011). A space-time filter for panel data models containing random effects. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 475-490.


Olivier Parent, James  LeSage,  (2010). A Spatial Dynamic Panel Model with Random Effects Applied to Commuting Times. Transportation Research - Part B, 634-644.


Olivier Parent, James  LeSage,  (2010). Spatial econometric model averaging. Handbook of Applied Spatial Analysis, 435-460.


Raja  Chakir, Olivier Parent,  (2009). Determinants of land use changes: a spatial multinomial probit approach. Papers in Regional Science, 327-344.


Olivier Parent,  (2008). Proximite technologique, infrastructures de communication et activites innovantes en Europe. revue de l'OFCE, 219-240.


Olivier Parent, James  LeSage,  (2008). Using Constraints on the Variance Structure in the Conditional Autoregressive Specication to Model Knowledge Spillovers. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 235-256.


James LeSage, Olivier Parent,  (2007). Bayesian Model Averaging for Spatial Econometric Models. Geographical Analysis, .


Corinne Autant, James LeSage, Olivier Parent,  (2007). Firm innovation strategies: a spatial cohort multinonomial probit approach. Annals of Economics and Statistics, 63-80.


Olivier Parent, Stephane Riou,  (2005). Bayesian analysis of knowledge spillovers in European Regions. Journal of Regional Science, 747-775.



Accepted Contributions

Gary Cornwall, Olivier Parent,  (Accepted). Embracing Heterogeneity: The Spatial Autoregressive Mixture Model. Regional Science and Urban Economics.




Research in progress

Title:
Mixture Distributions with Spatial Dependency

Description:
Methodological paper focused on incorporating measures of spatial dependency into Bayesian mixture modeling.

Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Modeling individual travel behaviors based on intra-household interactions


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Residential Mobility, Family Relationships, and Spatial Distance


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Testing for Stationarity in Panels with Small T


Status:
On-Going

Research Type:
Scholarly


Presentations

Title:
Mixture Distributions with Spatial Dependency
Organization:
Southern Regional Science Association
Location:
Washington DC
Year:
2016


Title:
Does public school consolidation generate peer effects? Evidence from Ohio and Texas
Location:
Portand, OR
Year:
2015


Title:
Mixture Distributions with Spatial Dependency
Organization:
Midwest Econometrics Group
Location:
St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank
Year:
2015


Title:
Public school consolidation: a partial observability spatial bivariate probit approach
Location:
Mobile, AL
Year:
2015


Title:
Modeling individual travel behaviors based on intra-household interactions
Location:
San Antonio, TX
Year:
2014


Title:
Caring for the surviving parent: How do adult siblings interact?
Location:
Atlanta, Ga
Year:
2013


Title:
Public School Consolidation: A Partial Observability Spatial Bivariate Probit Model
Organization:
West Virginia University
Location:
Morgantown, WV
Year:
2013


Title:
Residential Mobility, Family Relationships, and Spatial Distance
Location:
Washington DC
Year:
2013


Title:
Residential Mobility, Family Relationships, and Spatial Distance
Organization:
Southern Regional Science Association
Location:
Washington, DC
Year:
2013


Title:
Public School Consolidation: A Partial Observability Spatial Bivariate Probit Approach
Location:
Santa Barbara, CA
Year:
2013


Title:
Residential Mobility, Family Relationships, and Spatial Distance
Organization:
North American Regional Science Council
Location:
Ottawa, Canada
Year:
2012


Title:
Residential Mobility, Family Relationships, and Spatial Distance
Organization:
MIdwest Econometrics Group
Location:
Chicago, IL
Year:
2011


Title:
Residential Mobility, Family Relationships, and Spatial Distance
Organization:
University of Michigan
Location:
Ann Arbor, MI
Year:
2010