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Ming Lo


  • Professor


  • Doctor of Philosophy, Economics
    University of Washington
  • Master of Arts, Economics
    University of Washington
  • Master of Science, Economics and Philosophy
    London School of Economics, England
  • Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy
    University of Hong Kong

Recent and upcoming courses

Spring 2024

Fall 2024


Ming Chien Lo joined Metro State and the College of Business and Management in 2015. Previously, he taught at St. Cloud State University and University of Virginia.

His research interests include applied time series econometrics, macroeconomics, international finance, Monte Carlo simulations, and history of economics ideas.

He has published articles in Journal of International Economics, Journal of International Money and Finance, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics, Applied Economics, and Computational Economics.

His hobbies include eating good food and traveling. He is a avid learner, currently studying Japanese, practicing Brazilian jiujitsu, and learning an Asian woodwind instrument called shakuhachi.

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Recent Publications:

“Are Unit Root Tests Useful for Univariate Time Series Forecasts with Different Orders of Integration? A Monte Carlo Study,” (with Adam Check and Kwok Ping Tsang) Economics Bulletin, forthcoming.

“Unit roots in macroeconomic time series: a comparison of classical, Bayesian and machine learning approaches,” (with Yamin Ahmad and Adam Check) Computational Economics, 2023.