About Derek Bond
Professor Derek Bond is an Independent Consultant in Statistics and Regional Development. He is a former member of the academic staff at the University of Ulster, Principal Economist in the Northern Ireland Treasury and Director of the ESRC's Northern Ireland Regional Research Laboratory.
He has acted as an adviser to many national and international organisations and held honorary office in various international learned societies including:
President of the International Statistical Institute's Standing Committee on Regional and Urban Statistics (SCORUS),
Committee member of the International Association for Official Statistics. and a member of the Irish National Organising Committee for the 2011 ISI World Congress in Dublin;
He is currently:
- a member of the Northern Ireland Statistical Advisory Committee;
- Regional and Urban Statistics Editor of the Statistical Journal of the IAOS.
Econometrics, Official Statistics, and Regional Statistics
Honors and Awards
- Elected Member International Statistical Institute
- Fellow Royal Statistical Society
Local labour market information system: GIS in Belfast
Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland (1991)
The evolving urban systems within the United Kingdom have attracted considerable attention, in particular, the changing geography of manufacturing industries ...
Contributions to Books (1)
Econometric Working Papers (8)
Nonlinearity as an Explanation of the Forward Exchange Rate Anomaly
UCD CENTRE FOR ECONOMIC RESEARCH WORKING PAPER SERIES (2008)
This paper shows that nonlinearity can provide an explanation for the forward exchange rate anomaly (Fama, 1984). Using sterling-Canadian dollar ...