Dr. Lealand Morin is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Central Florida. He completed a Ph.D. Economics from Queen’s University in Canada. His research interests are focused on empirical and theoretical techniques in econometrics. Dr. Morin brings a great deal of teaching experience aimed at challenging students for analytical work in business. He has taught courses in time series analysis, econometrics, statistics and topics in machine learning and data mining. From 2014 to 2018, he worked as a statistician and data scientist for Capital One Bank. His experience allows him to bring the newest analysts to a professional level of expertise across a variety of statistical methodologies, with the teamwork skills to enable them to succeed in a professional environment aimed at answering questions in business and finance.
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