Sorawoot (Tang) obtained his undergraduate degree in Mathematics and Economics and completed his graduate studies in Economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Prior to the University of Surrey, he was a post-doc researcher at the Financial Markets Group, LSE, and lectured at University College London in 2010, before joining the Faculty of Economics at Cambridge as a Lecturer, and Emmanuel College as a Fellow from 2011.

Sorawoot’s main research interests are econometrics (theoretical and applied) and empirical industrial organization. Some of his recent papers are on the identification and estimation of structural models including auctions, Euler equations, Markovian games, and other Bayesian decisions and voting problems. He is also interested in the general problem of missing data and intergeneration mobility of education in China.

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Nonparametric Euler Equation Identication and Estimation

Paper Working paper | | Sep 2015

We consider nonparametric identification and estimation of pricing kernels, or equivalently of marginal utility functions up to scale, in consumption based asset pricing Euler equations. Ours is the first paper to prove nonparametric identification of Euler equations under low level conditions (without imposing functional restrictions or just assuming completeness).