Areas of interestMy research interests lie in the areas of Household Finance, Labour Economics. My research is broadly in applying econometric analysis to understand the links between finance and public retirement policy, health economics and household consumption behaviours, within the field of International Economics.
Postgraduate supervisionI am interested in supervising topics in the same areas as listed above.
BackgroundBefore joining the University of Reading in 2019, I was a Visiting Lecturer in Economics at Birmingham Business School. I have substantial experience in teaching and supervising a variety of Economics and Finance modules for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, which I have done since the second year of my PhD study. I also have a proficiency of a wide-range of administrative work at universities and recently started working for NUIST Programme.
- PhD (Economics), University of Birmingham
- MSc (Money, Banking and Finance), University of Birmingham
- BSc in International Economics and Trade