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Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Economics
Raymond Swaray specialises in applied international macroeconomics and finance with particular interest in commodity markets, energy economics, agricultural economics and applied econometrics.
He has also undertaken applied and evidence-based research into criminal justice interventions and education.
Raymond previously served as visiting lecturer of financial economics for the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) and as a member of International Panel of Experts for Setting Comprehensive Examinations for the Collaborative PhD Programme in Economics.
He has written Op-Ed Columns for Hull Daily Mail (Listed firms manage to escape shockwave, March 19, 2008) The Yorkshire Post (Does Britain get any bonus from sky high pay incentives? June 23, 2008) and gave live BBC Look North Television interview on Financial Crisis and Effect on Jobs in the North of England, November 13, 2008.
- Econometrics (Level 6)
- International & EU Economics (Level 6)
- Economics for Business (Level 7)
- Regulation of Competition, Trade and Industry (Level 7)
- Economic Environment (overseas- Bahrain, Oman, Hong Kong & Singapore) (MBA, Level 7)
Modules previously taught
- Financial Economics (Level 6)
- Economic Policy (Level 6)
- Advanced Business Economics (Level 7)
- Monetary Policy (Level 7)
- Current Issues in Business Economics (Level 7)
- Theorising Development (Level 7)Business Environment (UK, Hong Kong & Singapore) (MBA, Level 7)
Hedging potentials of green investments against climate and oil market risks
Adediran, I. A., Swaray, R., Orekoya, A. O., & Kabir, B. A. (2023). Hedging potentials of green investments against climate and oil market risks. Fulbright Review of Economics and Policy, https://doi.org/10.1108/FREP-04-2022-0030
Carbon trading amidst global uncertainty: The role of policy and geopolitical uncertainty
Adediran, I. A., & Swaray, R. (2023). Carbon trading amidst global uncertainty: The role of policy and geopolitical uncertainty. Economic modelling, 123, Article 106279. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econmod.2023.106279
Tourism and Troubles: Effects of Security Threats on the Global Travel and Tourism Industry Performance
Akamavi, R. K., Ibrahim, F., & Swaray, R. (2022). Tourism and Troubles: Effects of Security Threats on the Global Travel and Tourism Industry Performance. Journal of Travel Research, https://doi.org/10.1177/00472875221138792
Improving forecasting accuracy of the Phillips curve in OECD countries: The role of commodity prices
Salisu, A. A., Salisu, A. A., Swaray, R., & Sa'id, H. (in press). Improving forecasting accuracy of the Phillips curve in OECD countries: The role of commodity prices. International journal of finance & economics : IJFE, https://doi.org/10.1002/ijfe.1944
Dnes, A. W., & Swaray, R. (in press). Criminalizing price-fixing. Managerial and decision economics : MDE, https://doi.org/10.1002/mde.3192
Raymond has supervised several PhD researchers, as main supervisor, in areas including commodity market liberalisation and producer price dynamics; crude oil price volatility and investment; financial liberalisation and economic growth; optimal currency and East African Monetary Union; economic cycles and political budget cycles.
He has supervised more many MSc dissertations on a range of areas of economics.
Seif Muba: Interaction between macroeconomic variables and stock markets of emerging markets: New evidence from East African Countries, 2017.
Pascal Halbeisen: Electoral Economic Cycles and the Role of Political Institutions: Do Political Institutions influence the Political Budget Cycle? 2015.
Godfrey Nyamrunda: An evaluation of economic integration in the proposed East African Federation. 2013.
Ambibola Babatubde: Financial Sector Development, Financial sector FDI and Economic growth: Evidence from the BRIMCs and some selected African countries. Successfully completed in March 14, 2012.
Rayan S. Hammad: Modelling oil price behaviour of OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers. Successfully completed in December 2011.
Benedicto K. Lukanima: The Impact of Tanzanian Coffee Market Interventions on Producer Price Volatility and Interrelationships between Domestic Coffee Producer Prices and World Market Prices. Successfully completed in December 2008.
Cosmas Mbogela: Determinants of bi-lateral trade in Africa. Successfully February 2015.
Andwilile N Mwakibete: Factors Influencing Property Tax Collection in Tanzania: A Case Study of Kinondoni, Dodoma and Morogoro Municipalities, Successfully completed, November, 2015.
Current PhD supervisions
Roberto Palacios-Rodriguez: The heterogeneity of consumption profiles in Mexico: consistencies, discrepancies and benefits of increasing consumption.
Chonlakan Benjasak: Econometric study of energy consumption and economic growth in ASEAN countries, Second year.
Abdelatif Taloba: Oil and Sustainable Growth in Libya: Prospects and Limitations, Second year
Accounting Finance and Economics
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