Luke Nicholas Taylor
  • Fuglesangs Allé 4, 2621, 3b

    8210 Aarhus V



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Luke specialises in theoretical and applied econometrics. On the theoretical side, he focuses on nonparametric estimation and testing, especially in the presence of measurement error. In his applied research, Luke looks into the criminal justice system, exploring topics such as the effects of plea bargaining, the consequences of a criminal record, and the prevalence of miscarriages of justice.


Luke is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics and Business Economics at Aarhus University. He has a PhD in Economics from LSE.


Luke teaches Business Statistics and Quantitative Research Methods in the first year of the Economics and Business Administration degree programme. These courses teach the fundamentals of statistics and data analysis using the software R, and focus on data handling and regression. Luke has previously taught Causal Inference (3rd year BSc) and Advanced Econometrics (PhD level); he supervises BSc, MSc, and PhD theses.

Areas of expertise

  • Nonparametric estimation
  • Measurement error
  • Crime and justice
  • Discrimination


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