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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Dr Claire Loussouarn
Research fellow
Claire is an anthropologist currently undertaking research about the spread betting industry as part of a European Research Council funded project called 'Gambling in Europe'. She is looking at the questions of risk production and hedging by focusing on the history, regulation, technology and operation of spread betting. Her previous work was among Chinese casino players in London and their more widely engagement with other forms of financial risks.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Tina Loverdou
Lecturer in Shipping and Insurance Law
Lecturer in Shipping and Insurance Law Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales

London
United Kingdom

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Michele Lundy
Senior Lecturer
BSc(Hons),Pure Mathematics,1st Class, Edinburgh University MSc,Operational Research, Distinction, Strathclyde University PhD, Optimisation Algorithms, Cambridge University Over 20 years Financial Services Sector Consultancy experience in Statistical Modelling for Risk Management Senior Lecturer in Statistics Research interest in the application of optimisation techniques in prediction & forecasting

Portsmouth
United Kingdom

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Dr Athen Ma
Senior Lecturer
My expertise is in the structure, flow and dynamics in complex networks. My main interest is to study invisible relationships encapsulated in large data sets. Online data and analytical and presentational tools made available hugh volume of information from direct measures of different metrics. However, online data sets and tools also present opportunities to reveal relationships which are related to the temporal patterns and underlying dynamics. A better understanding of these processes will help us to use these data and tools more efficiently and in a wider context, such as financial, social, biological and technological networks.

London
United Kingdom

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Prof Angus Macdonald
Professor of Actuarial Mathematics
Professor of Actuarial Mathematics

Edinburgh
United Kingdom

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Dr Elizabeth Macknight
Lecturer
historian

Aberdeen
United Kingdom

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