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Fangya Xu

Module Convenor:

  • Macroeconomics I 
  • Macroeconomics II 
  • Financial Economics 

Areas of interest

My research interests are in international economics, environmental economics and their intersections as well as broader areas in applied economics. In particular, I studied the evolution of the pollution content in international trade and how trade liberalisation impacts on pollution emissions. I was also recently involved in working on a project in the research area of strategic persuasion in private experimentation which has been fruitful in producing research output.

Postgraduate supervision

I am interested in supervising research in the areas of international economics (trade/FDI/finance), environmental economics and in particular their intersections. I am also happy to supervise broader topics in applied economics

Background

I joined the Department of Economics at the University of Reading in August 2019. Previously I rked as a lecturer in Economics and programme leader for the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at Plymouth Business School at the University of Plymouth, where I delivered and verified economics modules for a number of Higher Education institutions (UK and non-UK) and engaged in the Teaching, Learning and Quality Committee and the Research Ethics and Integrity Committee.

Academic qualifications

  • PhD in Economics, University of Nottingham
  • MSc in Economics and Econometrics, University of Nottingham
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice, University of Plymouth
  • BSc in Economics, Nanjing University of Science and Technology

Publications