Senior Lecturer in Financial Studies; Research Coordinator
Dr Shinozawa's research interests lie in asset management firms and their products. Recently he has developed a special interest in the areas of corporate governance, and the banking industry in Japan.
International entrepreneurship, sustainable entrepreneurship, economic development and international business under climate change, internationalisation of emerging economy firms, creative industry and firm growth.
Financial Services Law and regulation, control of economic crime, human rights law (especially European Convention on Human Rights – measures taken to fight organised and economic crime and terrorism), European Union Law
Dr Sahar T. Rad is a development economist focusing on the political economy of international development, particularly in the Middle East and North Africa. She holds a PhD in development economics from SOAS. Her areas of research and work include international trade and investment, conflict and economic development, political transition and economic transformation, political economy of institutions, and the global development architecture. Dr Rad has taught international economics, political economy and development economics at King's College London, SOAS and the University of Westminster, and has also worked as a senior economist in several international development organisations, including the United Nations, the International Labour Organisation, and the African Development Bank.
Professor of Economics with reference to China and Taiwan
China’s economic development in the 20th and 21st centuries (especially agricultural and rural change, demographic and employment issues, consumption and living standards); evolution of ‘Greater China’; economic development of Taiwan and cross-Strait economic relations
North-South Economic relations, adjustment and development, finance and development, international trade and finance, and comparative economics policy studies in Asia and Africa. Teaching interests include open economy macroeconomics, international trade and finance and financial economics. Africa and Asia.
Analysis of water resources in semi-arid regions and the role of global systems in ameliorating local and regional water deficits. Established the concept of Virtual Water. Was awarded the Stockholm Water Prize in 2008 in recognition of his contribution to water science.
Extensive publication record in the areas of corporate finance, corporate social responsibility, public economics, labour economics, and development economics. President of the Supervising Committee, Etica sgr.
Dr Dal Colle has a strong and established research record in the field of development finance, with publications in leading journals in the field. She also has relevant professional expertise in banking, including with regard to the third sector.
Dr Krachkovskaya is an expert in the fields of Central Counterparts and of Agent-Based Simulation Models, which she has applied in her research to the regulation of financial markets and public finance. She also has professional expertise in management and business consulting. She actively contributes to the research cluster on finance in emerging markets in the School of Finance and Management.