Doctorate in Economics from the University of Oxford, England. Lecturer at Baptist University of Hong Kong in the department of Finance & Decision Sciences. Coordinator of Business Research Methods.
D.Phil. (Oxon, 2000) in economics, M.Phil. (Cantab, 1994) in economic theory and econometrics, M.A. (St And, 1993) in economics and finance.
My interests are in macroeconomics, particularly risk, saving, trade, growth, and labor markets. My main research interest revolves around dynamic issues in mathematical models (optimality and consistency).
I currently teach statistics and research methods. I have in the past taught courses in macro, micro, asset pricing, international economics, labor, and mathematical topics.
Coordinator for Business Research Methods (BUSI3007)
Statistical analysis of global financial markets and portfolio construction for proprietary trading strategies
Undergraduate courses: Macroeconomics & Microeconomics. Graduate courses: Money & Financial Markets, Managerial Economics
Undergraduate courses: Mathematics, International Finance, Macroeconomics. Graduate courses: Macroeconomic Theory, International Trade, Economic Growth
New Approaches to Economic Fluctuations (NASEF), Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR). Supervisor: Graziella Bertocchi
Graduate courses: Macroeconomics, Growth Theory, Political Economy
"Essays in Dynamic Economics: Growth, Unemployment, and Taxes" (September 2000). Supervisor: John Flemming (Oxford). Committee: Christopher Bliss (Oxford) and Charles Bean (LSE)