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Prof. Dr. Karl Mosler

Prof. Dr. Karl Mosler - Chair of Statistics and Econometrics

Research focuses

Statistical Methods; Sampling; Economic Statistics; Risk Measurement

Curriculum Vitae

  • Since 1995 Professor of Statistics and Econometrics, Universität zu Köln
  • 2004 - 2008 President of the German Statistical Society
  • 1985 - 1995 Professor of Statistics and Quantitative Economics at Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg.
  • 1982 - 1985 Lecturer at Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg.
  • 1975 - 1982 Research and Teaching Assistant at Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg.
  • 1981 Habilitation (Statistics and Operations Research), Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg
  • 1975 Dr. rer. nat., Mathematics, Technische Universität München
  • 1972 Dipl. Math., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
  • Awards: August Lösch Award (Heidenheim)
  •  Tord Palander Prize (Umea University)
  •  Visiting Positions at other universities: Kassel, Hamburg, Frankfurt/Oder, Pavia, Milan (Bocconi).

Selected Publications

  • On the life course perspective in income related health inequalities: A semiparametric approach (with Martin Siegel). Health Economics (2013). 
  • Weighted-mean trimming of multivariate data (with R. Dyckerhoff). Journal of Multivariate Analysis 102 (2011), 405-421.
  • Computing zonoid trimmed regions in dimension d > 2 (with Tatjana Lange and Pavel Bazovkin). Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 53 (2009), 2500-2510.
  • Multivariate Dispersion, Central Regions and Depth: The Lift Zonoid Approach. 291 pp, New York (Springer) 2002.
  • Lift zonoids, random convex hulls and the variability of random vectors (with Gleb Koshevoy). Bernoulli 4 (1998), 377-399.
  • Zonoid trimming for multivariate distributions (with Gleb Koshevoy). Annals of Statistics 25 (1997), 1998-2017.
  • Multivariate Gini indices (with Gleb Koshevoy). Journal of Multivariate Analysis 60 (1997), 252-276.
  • The Lorenz zonoid of a multivariate distribution (with Gleb Koshevoy). Journal of the American Statistical Association 91 (1996), 873-882.
  • Estimation under G-invariant quasi-convex loss. Journal of Multivariate Analysis 22 (1987), 137-143.
  • Stochastic dominance decision rules when the attributes are utility independent. Management Science 30 (1984), 1311-1322.