Staff Profile:

Dr Alexander Mihailov
Job Title:
Associate Professor

Current teaching: 

  • Advanced Macroeconomics (EC302)
  • Macroeconomics III (ECM194)
  • Advanced International Macroeconomics and Finance (ECM136)

Current administrative roles: 

  • Director of the Economic Analysis Research Group (EARG)
  • Director of the MSc programme in Economics
  • RePEc Coordinator for the Department of Economics
  • UG Exams Officer
Areas of Interest:
  • international macroeconomics and finance
  • monetary theory and policy
  • political macroeconomics and socioeconomic dynamics
  • bounded rationality, information and learning

Research Supervision:

I am interested to supervise research students working on: (i) international macroeconomics and finance; (ii) monetary theory and policy; (iii) political macroeconomics and socioeconomic dynamics; or (iv) bounded rationality, information and learning.

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Alexander Mihailov is an Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Reading and Director of the Economic Analysis Research Group (EARG). He is also External Affiliate at the Centre for International Macroeconomic Studies (CIMS) at the University of Surrey, member of the editorial board of Econometrics and member of the advisory board Sci. He has been employed by the University of Essex, the 'Créa' Institute of Applied Macroeconomics at the University of Lausanne, and the Research Department of the Bulgarian National Bank. Alexander has held part-time academic positions at the University of Warwick, City University London, Studienzentrum Gerzensee and Sofia University, and short-term visiting appointments at the University of Lille, El Colegio de Mexico (Colmex), and the Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology (NUIST). He is co-founder and co-organiser of the annual European Workshop on Political Macroeconomics (EWPM). Alexander holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Lausanne (2004). He works, and has published, in the areas of international macroeconomics and finance, monetary theory and policy, political macroeconomics and socioeconomic dynamics, information and learning.

PhD in Economics (2004) and MSc in Economics (1998), University of Lausanne
Diploma/MSc in International Economics (1991), University of National and World Economy, Sofia



Contact Details

+44 (0) 118 378 5371
Edith Morley 317

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