I am a Lecturer in Economics at SOAS University of London. I am also a member of the SOAS Centre for Sustainable Finance and a Fellow at the Forum for Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policies (FMM). My research interests include financial macroeconomics, climate change and finance, ecological macroeconomics, climate change and economic development, and inequality. My work has been published in several peer-reviewed journals, such as the Cambridge Journal of Economics, Ecological Economics, the Journal of Financial Stability, Nature Climate Change, the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics and the Review of Political Economy. I have worked as Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator in projects funded, amongst others, by INSPIRE/ClimateWorks Foundation, Rebuilding Macroeconomics/ESRC and the Network for Social Change. I am a Committee member of the Post-Keynesian Economics Society (PKES) and a Council member of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE).
- ‘Greening the Eurosystem collateral framework: how to decarbonise the ECB’s monetray policy’ , New Economics Foundation, 2021 (with D. Gabor, M. Nikolaidi, A. Pawloff and F. van Lerven).
- ‘Greening the UK financial system – a fit for purpose approach’, SUERF Policy Note 226, 2021 (with D. Gabor, M. Nikolaidi and F. van Lerven).
- ‘Climate risks and financial stability’, Journal of Financial Stability, forthcoming (with S. Battiston and I. Monasterolo).
- ‘How can green differentiated capital requirements affect climate risks? A dynamic macrofinancial analysis’, Journal of Financial Stability, forthcoming (with M. Nikolaidi).
- ‘COVID-19 and crises of capitalism: intensifying inequalities and global responses’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies, forthcoming (with S. Stevano, T. Frank and E. Van Waeyenberge)
- ‘The Wall Street Consensus in pandemic times: what does it mean for climate-aligned development?’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies, forthcoming (with D. Gabor and J. Michell).
- ‘Climate change, central banking and financial supervision: beyond the risk exposure approach’, In: Kappes, S., Rochon L.-P. and Vallet, G. (eds.) The Future of Central Banking, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA, forthcoming.
- ‘Decarbonising is easy: beyond market neutrality in the ECB’s corporate QE, New Economics Foundation, October 2020 (with D. Gabor, M. Nikolaidi, A. Pawloff and F. van Lerven).
- ‘Decarbonising the Bank of England’s QE: perfectly sensible?’, New Economics Foundation, August 2020 (with D. Gabor, M. Nikolaidi and F. van Lerven).
- ‘Institutional supercycles: an evolutionary macro-finance approach’, Rebuilding Macroeconomics, Working Paper No. 15, July 2020 (with D. Gabor and J. Michell).
SOAS MSc ECONOMICS
I am the Convenor of the SOAS MSc Economics. The programme provides unique training in both mainstream and heterodox theories and methods. It allows students to develop quantitative and qualitative skills and critically use these to analyse and address the challenges that the global economy is currently facing. Topics like the economics of climate change and inequality are incorporated in the core modules of the programme − they are not just taught in optional modules. The programme also provides economic knowledge for specific regions, drawing on the rich regional expertise of SOAS. For more infromation see here.