Walter has joined Imperial College Business School in September 2006. He holds a PhD from the University of York. Previously, he held positions at the University of Exeter and Queen Mary, University of London. He has also been a visiting professor at the IMF.
His research interests are in the area of estimation, specification testing and prediction of financial Volatility in continuous time models; analyzing macroeconomic and financial time series using long memory models; identifying the macroeconomic determinants of stock-market volatility; studying the dependence of multivariate financial time series using copulas; evaluating competing trading strategies; analyzing the features and the effects of market microstructure noise.
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et al., 2020, Chronic Administration of a Long-Acting Glucagon Analogue Results in Enhanced Insulin Secretory Activity in a Directly-Observed Murine Model, 80th Scientific Sessions of the American-Diabetes-Association (ADA), AMER DIABETES ASSOC, ISSN:0012-1797
et al., 2020, Balancing Cryptoassets and Gold: A Weighted-Risk-Contribution Index for the Alternative Asset Space, 1st International Conference on Mathematical Research for Blockchain Economy, Springer Verlag, Pages:217-232, ISSN:0302-9743