His work seems pretty interesting and he was trained as a statistician:
Anybody familiar with this guy?

More econ in his JMP than in the cutenomics JMPs of at least 25% of econ PhDs. still seems like a risky strategy to be focussing so squarely on econometrics as a mathematician. he’s still far more likely to be hired by a math or stats department than econ with that CV

Exactly how many different courses do you expect someone to teach?
It’s one (or two if you are unlucky) at my school.
His research seems interesting, but I wouldn’t hire him mainly because he’s technically a mathematical statistician (math PhD). What courses would you have him teach besides intro stats, econometrics, and maybe data analytics?