I am a Senior Lecturer in the Deaprtment of Accounting, Finance and Banking at Manchester Metropolitan University. I joined MMU in April 2016, and since have taken on different departmental roles. Currently I am the Research Knowledge and Exchange (RKE) Lead, Postgraduate Research (PGR) Lead, and the Programme Leader for MSc Banking and Finance.
Prior to joining MMU I worked as a Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University (from October 2014 until April 2016).
I hold a doctorate degree in Economics, from the School of Social Sciences at the University of Manchester.
My research interests mostly lie in the area of Microeconomics, in particular Decision Theory. In my research I focus on the axiomatic foundation and characterization of non-Expected Utility models, as well as their applications to economics and finance, e.g., asymmetric information and insurance demand. I am also interested in Industrial Organisations and Environmental Economics.
Academic and professional qualifications
Fellow of The Higher Education Academy, UK (2018)
PhD Economics, University of Manchester, UK (2015)
MSc Economics, University of Manchester, UK (2010)
BSc Economics, European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany (2008)
Lecturer in Business Economics, Sheffield Hallam University, UK (October 2014 - April 2016)
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Manchester University, UK (October 2010 - May 2014)
Other academic service (administration and management)
Research Knowledge Exchange Lead
Postgraduate Research Lead
Programme Leader for MSc Banking and Finance
Personal Tutor for Level 6 students
Teaching & Research Supervision
Why study Microeconomics, Behavioural Economics and Decision Theory, Research Methods?