GPERC experts Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre

Professor Ozlem Onaran, Director of the Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre (GPERC) and Co-Director of the Institute of Political Economy, Governance, Finance and Accountability (PEGFA); expert in wage-led growth, inequalities, employment, gender

Professor Mehmet Ugur, Deputy Director of GPERC and PEGFA, Professor of Economics and Institutions; expert in meta-analysis

Dr Anne-Marie Coles, Deputy Director of GPERC and PEGFA, Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management; expert in innovation

Members

Professor Ana Marr, Professor of International Development Economics; expert in interaction between finance, development and poverty reduction

Dr Mary-Paz Arrieta-Paredes, Lecturer in International Business

Dr Adotey Bing-Pappoe, Lecturer in International Business and Economics

Dr Alberto Botta, Lecturer in Economics

Dr Gabriella Cagliesi, Principal Lecturer in Economics; expert in international macroeconomics, finance and econometrics

Dr Ian Clarke, Senior Lecturer in Innovation and Enterprise; expert in business development

Mrs Mahkameh Ghanei, Principal Lecturer in Economics; expert in small and medium enterprises and finance

Dr Francesco Guidi, Lecturer in Economics; expert in macroeconomics and financial economics

Dr Alexander Guschanski, Lecturer in Economics

Dr Tesfa Mehari, Lecturer in International Trade; experts in international development and finance and international macroeconomics

Dr Maria Nikolaidi, Senior Lecturer in Economics; expert in financial fragility, macroeconomic policy, bank regulation and ecological macroeconomics

Dr Cem Oyvat, Lecturer in Economics; expert in development economics, macroeconomics, international economics, income distribution and political economy

Dr Athena Piterou, Lecturer in Sustainability; expert in interaction between socio-technical innovation and sustainability

Dr Jeff Powell, Senior Lecturer in Economics

Dr Tomás Rotta, Lecturer in Economics; expert in political economy, monetary and financial theory, and history of economic thought

Dr Dorotya Sallai, Senior Lecturer in International Business; expert in corporate lobbying and public affairs management, comparative capitalism, strategy and organisational structure, Eastern Europe

Dr Edna Solomon, Senior Lecturer in International Business Economics; expert in foreign direct investment, firm productivity, economic growth and panel data econometrics

Dr Rafael Wildauer, Lecturer in Economics; expert in household income inequality

Dr Yuliya Yurchenko, Lecturer in International Business


Postgraduate Research Students

Faith Adobamen: The spatial dimensions of knowledge spillovers in the UK: Comparative evidence on private R&D and higher education funding

Muna Amir: The Case of Northern Powerhouse as a Socio-technical Imaginary

Sherko Burhan: The impact of trade on job losses, wages and inequality in UK manufacturing

Rosemary Gumba

Sarvin Hassani: Investment in tangible assets and firms productivity: Investigating the scale effects, heterogeneity and the role of market power

Molly Williamson Jack: Sustainable management of large construction projects

Emmanuel Igwe: Reciprocal behaviour in labour market relations

Minh Hoang Luong: Corporate governance, market structure and innovation: An augmented Tobin's Q model with network analysis for spillovers

Stephanie Manea: The impact of fiscal policy, income and wealth distribution and financialisation on growth

Kilugala Malimi: Asymmetric and nonlinear exchange rate pass-through in exports and imports prices: Evidence between the United Kingdom and its Commonwealth African trading partners

Achilleas Mantes (GPERC Research Assistant): Financial fragility, income inequality and industrial structure in Europe

Marius Meijerink

Laura Muncey

Thomas Omachi

Catherine Otene

Harihar Patel: Is there good news in short interest? Some international evidence

Timo van der Linden: Traders' behaviour and social networks: an intra-day data analysis of the exchange rate market, of its manipulation and of its reactions to the news

Huili Yu: The Formation of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Banks: Help for Developing Nations or a Challenge to US Dominated Global Financial Institutions


Alumni

Dr Rosita Aiesha

Dr Eurydice Fotopoulou (GPERC Research Assistant)

Dr Alexander Guschanski (GPERC Research Assistant)

Dr Thomas Obst

Dr Emeka Okoye

Dr Thi My Hanh Pham

Dr Anton Sentic

Dr Shanaz Sumra 

Dr Daniele Tori

Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre is part of the Business School, University of Greenwich.