Farzad joined the academic world in the UK in 2007. In 2010, he joined Nottingham Trent University but he added to his teaching and research experience working in different universities in the UK including The University of Nottingham (Business School), The University of Sheffield (Economics Department), Staffordshire University (Business School). He has joined The University of Warwick (economics Department) since 2016.
His research interest is in the heterodox school of thought, more specifically post-Keynesians and stock-flow consistent modelling. Other areas of interest are political economy, financialisation, global sustainable development, and the history of economics.
Since 2010, he has supervised many UG and MSc students in different universities
- Introduction to Economics (EC106Link opens in a new window) Module lecturer (*Current)
- Topics in Financial Economics: Theories and International Finance (EC333) Module leader
- Topics in Applied Economics (2b) (EC236) Module lecturer
- Topics in Applied Economics (3a) (EC340) Module lecturer
- Topics in Applied Economics (1b) (EC135) Module lecturer
- EC959 (MSc Dissertation*), EC961 (MSc Introductory Mathematics and Statistics*), EC331 (BSc Research in Applied Economics), EC334 (Topics in Financial Economics: Corporate Finance and Markets), EC201 (Macroeconomics 2*), EC226 (Econometrics 1), EC131 (Economics for Business*)
- The Dynamic of Busines Cycle in Kalecki's Theory: Duality in the Nature of Investment, No, 2011, Business School, Nottingham Trent UniversityLink opens in a new window
- The paradox of Monetary Profit, Shortage of Money in Circulation and Financialisation, No, 1365, 2021, Department of Economics, University of WarwickLink opens in a new window