Warwick Economics welcomes new academic colleaguesWednesday 9 Oct 2019
We are delighted to announce that the Department has recruited a number of academics this year
Four new Assistant Professor appointments have been made:
Christine Braun joined us from European University Institute. Her research specialisms are Macroeconomics and Labour Economics.
Kenichi Nagasawa joined us from University of Michigan, where he recently completed his PhD in Economics. His research specialism is Econometrics.
Christopher Roth joined us from the Briq Institue on Behavior & Inequality, where he worked as a Research Affiliate. His research specialisms are Beliefs Psychology and Economics,Political Economy and Macro Expectations.
Marta Santamaria joined us from Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, where she recently completed her PhD in Economics. Her main fields of research are international trade and urban economics. Her secondary field is Development Economics.
As part of the Department's plan to deliver an on-going outstanding teaching and learning experience, we have appointed the following Teaching Fellows:
Eman Abdulla recently obtained her PhD in Economics from the University of Manchester and is a Teaching Fellow in Macroeconomics.
Subham Kailthya joins us as a Teaching Fellow in Development Economics and Econometrics after completing a postdoc at the University of Reading.
Ceilia Lanata-Briones joins us from working at two part time positions at UCL (Department of Politics) and Queen Mary University of London. She is a Teaching Fellow in Macroeconomics and Economics History.
Andreas Markoulakis recently obtained his PhD in Economics from the University of Kent and is a Teaching Fellow in Microeconomics.
Eugenia Nazrullaeva was a visiting researcher to our Department and is now a Teaching Fellow in Microeconomics. Her interests lie in Political Economy and Economic History.
Minh Tung Le recently obtained his PhD from the University of Manchester and is a Teaching Fellow in Microeconomics and Industrial Economics.
Faith Kansoy is a Teaching Fellow in Macroeconomics and came to Warwick Economics after completing his PhD in Economics at the University of Nottingham.
Head of Department Jeremy Smith, said
The Department warmly welcomes these new colleagues and we hope they have an excellent experience in the Department. We are committed to working with all new colleagues to help them develop professionally and hope that we can enhance their research and teaching profiles during their time with us."