Distinguished Author Award 2022; Journal of Time Series Analysis.

The 1989 Econometrica paper “The Great Crash, the Oil Price Shock and the Unit Root Hypothesis,” crossed the 10,000 number of Google cites end-December 2021.

A special issue of the Journal of Econometrics (224, 1, 2021) was published as a follow-up to the pi-day conference held at Boston University on 3/14/2019 to celebrate my 60th birthday with former and current students, colleagues, co-authors and some friends. A nice introduction and eleven papers were included in the issue. My sincere thanks to the Board of the Journal of Econometrics, the contributors and the guests editors: Serena Ng, Zhongjun Qu and Tim Vogelsang.

Selected as a Clarivate 2020 Citation Laureate;

According to Web of Science, I have 3 papers in the top 35 most cited papers in Econometrica published since 1950: #19 (published in 1989), #26 (published in 1998), #34 (published in 2001).

A special conference was held on March 14-15, 2019, at Boston University, the pi-day conference, to celebrate my 60th birthday with former and current students, colleagues, co-authors and some friends. A proceeding is planned as a special issue of the Journal of Econometrics. Special thanks to the Department of Economics and IED at Boston University for help in funding this event, and, of course, the participants. The program is available here.

Reached 50,000 Google cites on 2/17/2017; 60,000 on 6/7/2019, 75,000 on 11/2021. Use this link for the current profile.

The 1988 Biometrika paper “Testing for a Unit Root in Time Series Regression” crossed the 10,000 number of Google cites in 2014, and 20,000 in 2020. It is the 3rd highest ranked paper in the history of the journal according to D.M. Titteington (2013), “Biometrika highlights from volume 28 onwards”, Biometrika 100, 17-73.

Elected Fellow of the International Association for Applied Econometrics (2019).

Elected Fellow of the Econometric Society (2007).

Fellow of the Journal of Econometrics (1999).

Neu Family Award for Excellence in Teaching in Economics (2004).

Editorial Fellow of Econometrics Reviews (2018).

Presentation of the 1998 Jacob Marshack Lecture of the Econometric Society at the Latin American Meeting in Lima, Peru (August 14, 1998).

Econometric Theory Multa Scripsit Award (November 1996); Econometric Theory Plura Scripsit Award (November 2008).

Prix Triennal de la Société Canadienne de Sciences Économiques, 1994 (Prize awarded every three years for outstanding research contributions).

Original Member, Highly Cited Researcher in the categories “Mathematics” and “Business/Economics”, ISI Thomson Scientific.

The paper “Fractional Unit Root Tests Allowing for a Structural Change in Trend under Both the Null and Alternative Hypotheses” (with Seong Yeon Chang), Econometrics 5 (2017), 5, 1-26, won the Best Paper Award for 2018; for papers published between 1 January 2016 and 31 December 2017 in the journal Econometrics. See

The paper “L’estimation de modèles avec changements structurels multiples”, Actualité Économique 73 (1997), 457-505 was selected as one of the 14 best papers published in the journal and reprinted in their last issue Actualité Économique 96 (2020), 789-837 with the following title for the commemorative issue: “50 années de l’Actualite Economiqué: un florilège de ses meilleurs articles”.