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Dr Roy Zilberman

Lecturer

The Management School

LA1 4YX

Lancaster

Tel: +44 1524 594034

PhD supervision

Interested in supervising students who wish to work on macroeconomics, monetary policy, fiscal policy and financial regulation in DSGE models. I am particularly interested in analyzing the interactions between the financial sector and the real economy, as well as the roles of macroprudential regulation and unconventional policies during periods of financial distress.

Profile

Research Interests

My research interests lie in macroeconomics, monetary policy, banking regulation and optimal stabilization policies over the business cycle. I am particularly interested in understanding the linkages between macroprudential (financial) interventions, the credit markets and the real economy. Recent work focuses on the positive and normative implications of unconventional financial and fiscal policies against the backdrop of liquidity traps and unemployment.

Current Teaching

  • Principles of Economics (ECON 102) - BA first year introductory module in Economics.

 

  • Advanced Macroeconomics (ECON 324) - BA third year module in Economics. 

 

  • Macroeconomics for Money, Banking and Finance (ECON 400) - MSc module for Money, Banking and Finance (MBF) majors.

 

Professional Role

Administration and Service: Academic advisor for all Undergraduate Economics students. 

Contact me

E-Mail: r.zilberman@lancaster.ac.uk

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