About Dr. Nusrate Aziz
Education : MSc & PhD, University of Birmingham, UK
Teaching Experience : Was an academic in the University of Nottingham, University of Birmingham, University of Bath, Aston University,
University of Chittagong and Multimedia University.
Research Interests : International Macroeconomics and Development Economics
Specifically: Factor Movement (international migration, international capital flow and international macroeconomics);
Governance and Institutional Economics (corruption, armed conflict, military expenditure, polity and productivity).
New Open Economy Macroeconomics, Extrinsic Determinants of Economic Growth, and Applied Econometrics
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
- Applied Econometrics
- International Trade
- International Money and Finannce
- International Economics
|October 2007 ‐ December 2010||PhD (International Economics), University of Birmingham|
|September 2006 ‐ September 2007||MSc (Development Economics), University of Birmingham|
Open Economy Macroeconomics (4)
Modelling Import Demand Function for a Developing Country: An Empirical ...
Asian-African Journal of Economics and Econometrics (2013)
The study focuses on the empirical modelling of aggregate import demand function for developing countries. Both traditionally suggested in existing ...