About Dr. Nusrate Aziz

My main research interests include: International Economics (volatility in exchange rate and international trade; exchange rate pass-through, hysteresis in international trade); monetary policy and interest rate pass-through; International Business and Finance; inter-generational transfer; workers' remittance; extrinsic uncertainties (corruption, armed conflict, polity, military expenditure) and economic growth.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor of Economics, The University of Nottingham
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Disciplines

None

Research Interests

Applied Econometrics, New Open Economy Macroeconomics, and Extrinsic Determinants of Economic Growth

Honors and Awards

  • ORSAS, England
  • ESRC, UK
  • The Bestway Foundation Scholarship, UK
  • Churches’ Commission for International Students Scholarship, UK
  • The Charles Wallace Bangladesh Trust Scholarship, UK

Courses

  • International Trade
  • International Money and Finannce
  • Macroeconomics
  • International Economics

Education

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October 2007December 2010 PhD (International Economics), University of Birmingham
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September 2006September 2007 MSc (Development Economics), University of Birmingham
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International Trade (1)

Monetary Policy (1)

Economic Development (4)

Institutional Economics (1)

Business & Finance (6)

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