Jostein Lillestøl is a Professor Emeritus of statistics at NHH. He has a science degree in from University of Oslo in 1967, specializing in mathematical statistics, and a PhD in statistics from University of California, Berkeley in 1975. In 1989-90 he was visiting researcher at University of Wisconsin, Madison.
His current theoretical interests are time series analysis, multivariate analysis, risk analysis and Bayesian statistics. His current applied interests are the use of probability and statistics to areas such as resource prediction and control, uncovering economic crime and to risk management. Professor Lillestøl has scientific contributions to all mentioned areas above.
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Research areas at the department
- for deg som kan litt sannsynlighetsregning (in Norwegian)
(in Norwegian), lecture at Senioruniversitetet, Bergen, 2007.
- statisticians I met
Data Analysis in Practice: A case collection
by Jostein Lillestøl, Norwegian School of Economics