Biography

I joined Keele Business School in September 2019 as a Teaching Fellow in Economics. Prior to this, I did my PhD at Cardiff University. My research interests include macroeconomics, banking and finance, shadow banking and the Chinese economy. I have a wide variety of teaching experience, including modules in macroeconomics, microeconomics, banking and econometrics both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
I am currently a member of the joint research project 'Shadow Banking and the Chinese Economy - A Micro to Macro Modelling Framework' funded by the Economic Social Research Council (UK), the National Natural Science Foundation (China) and the Newton Fund, a UK government body that promotes science and innovation partnerships with developing nations.

 

Research and scholarship

My research interests:
  • Macroeconomic modelling
  • Dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models
  • Monetary and fiscal policies
  • Shadow banking system
  • SMEs financing

Teaching

  • ECO-10028 Introductory Microeconomics (Year 1)
  • ECO-10029 Introductory Macroeconomics (Year 1)
  • ECO-30047 Advanced Topics in Microeconomics (Year 3)