Senior Lecturer in Economics , Sheffield Hallam University
My academic background is in Economict (MSc, BSc) and social psychology (MA). My PhD research at the University of Sheffield was on skilled migration to the UK.
I am working as a Senior Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University. My teaching and research interests focus on Macroeconomics and Behavioural Economics.
Four reasons inflation will stay stubbornly high for some time
Apr 12, 2023 12:52 pm UTC| Economy
Price inflation is starting to fall in many countries but it still remains way above the typical 2% target of most major economies. In the UK, inflation has been above target since August 2021 and in double digits since...
Inflation: why it's very unlikely to get back below 2% for years to come
Aug 21, 2022 17:14 pm UTC| Economy
Inflation in the UK and eurozone is still getting worse. UK prices rose a whopping 10.1% in July compared to a year earlier, while those in the eurozone went up 8.9% breaking longstanding records in both places. Contrast...
Five ways that the super-strong US dollar could hurt the world economy
Jul 11, 2022 05:51 am UTC| Economy
The US dollar has been on a major surge against major global currencies in the past year, recently hitting levels not seen in 20 years. It has gained 15% against the British pound, 16% against the euro and 23% against the...
Real estate prices are reaching record highs but that doesn't mean it's the only time to sell
Dec 17, 2020 11:08 am UTC| Real Estate Economy
The real estate sector has unexpectedly thrived during the pandemic. In the last few months, property prices have broken one record after another, climbing to unprecedented heights. In times of recession, when...
Four ways economic crisis can change things for the better
May 20, 2020 15:35 pm UTC| Economy
It is common to hear people say that the epoch of enormous economic progress which characterised the last century is over. That a decline in prosperity is more likely than an improvement in the decade which lies ahead of...
Brexit and weak government: a drama lesson from the Greece economy
Jun 19, 2017 15:43 pm UTC| Insights & Views Politics
The UK is not the first country to stand on the brink of leaving the EU. It may enjoy a far bigger and more productive economy than Greece, but there are alarming structural similarities between the two economies that cant...
What UK interest rates will mean for your mortgage choices
Feb 02, 2017 12:58 pm UTC| Insights & Views Economy Real Estate
For many of us, our home is the single most important investment we will make in our lifetime and mortgage payments can take up a huge chunk of our income. As politics and economics seem to deliver nothing but uncertainty,...
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Colorado River states bought time with a 3-year water conservation deal – now they need to think bigger
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European soccer is having another reckoning over racism – is it time to accept the problem goes beyond bad fans?