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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Prof Yuval Millo
Professor of Social Studies of Finance and Management Accounting
Yuval Millo is a Professor of Social Studies of Finance and Management Accounting at the School of Management, University of Leicester. Prior to this he held positions at the London School of Economics and the University of Essex. Yuval graduated from the Science Studies Unit at the University of Edinburgh, where he wrote a PhD about the history of the Black-Scholes option pricing model and the evolution of financial derivatives markets. Yuval is a leading contributor to the emerging field of Social Studies of finance (SSF), which develops a unified analytical framework that includes elements from accounting, financial economics and sociology and analyses dynamics in and around financial markets. SSF pays particular attention to the technological and organizational infrastructure that affect price formation. Using a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods, Yuval’s current research includes the emergence of electronic trading in financial exchanges (with Daniel Beunza and Juan-Pablo Pardo-Guerra, LSE), the evolution of accounting standards for testing the impairment of assets (with Andrea Mennicken, LSE) and the rise of the Social Return On Investment methodology (with Emily Barman, Boston University and Matt Hall, LSE).

Leicester
United Kingdom

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Dr Marisa Miraldo
Associate Professor in Health Economics
Marisa is particularly interested in regulation and competition in the health care sector and, more generally, in the public sector as well the relation between health habits/life style and economic behaviour. Marisa’s current research covers topics on pharmaceutical economics, financing mechanisms including technology financing, drug reimbursement and hospital financing. Recent research output includes a comparative analysis of co-payment and reference pricing drug reimbursement systems, the impact of different reimbursement systems on the development and adoption of new technologies, analysis on the pharmaceutical firms collusive behaviour incentives with reference price policies, optimal contracts with asymmetric information and different contractual arrangements within the hospital and the link of health habits and economic behaviour.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Audra Mitchell
Lecturer
I am an expert in conflict, violence, international ethics, and the strategies of international organizations. My work focuses in particular on the relationship between large-scale change and conflict/violence. I also write about the influence of ethics and culture on responses to conflict/violence. I use a combination of social-anthropological and qualitative research methods.

York
United Kingdom

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Dr Steve Mitchell
Senior Lecturer
I am an academic civil engineer specialising in water and coastal and estuarine problems in particular. I am a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers and have published numerous paper on the transport of estuarine fine sediments

Portsmouth
United Kingdom

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Dr Niloy Mitra
Senior Lecturer
The 3D world around us is complex and often cluttered. We, as humans, find it second nature to easily reason about our surrounding, understand the function and purpose of most objects, and navigate the world accordingly. Performing the same computationally remains challenging. Capturing and representing object geometry in a compact, yet expressive, digital form is not only an essential component for most modeling and simulation systems, but is also fundamental to learning natural laws and forms.

London
United Kingdom

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Prof Paul Mizen
Professor of Monetary Economics
Paul Mizen has been a member of the faculty in the School of Economics at Nottingham since 1992 and is currently Professor of Monetary Economics and Director of the Centre for Finance, Credit and Macroeconomics. He is a former Bank of England economist and has previously taught at the European University Institute, Florence and Princeton University. He has a wide interest in matters related to monetary policy, central banking, financial markets, corporate finance, bank lending and bond markets. His research has addressed issues such as the access to bank and bond finance by firms, use of trade credit, the importance of ratings to firms and their correlation with balance sheet fundamentals, the role of the credit channel in monetary policy transmission, and monetary policy reaction functions. Professor Mizen has contributed to expert panels at the European Central Bank, the Bank of England and the UK government Department of Business Innovation and Skills and has held research positions at the U.S. Federal Reserve, the Deutsche Bundesbank, the European Central Bank, the Bank of England, the International Monetary Fund and a number of other central banks and universities. He is the Editor of the Festschrift for Professor C.A.E.Goodhart published in two volumes by Edward Elgar in 2003 and has published 6 books and more than 70 articles on various aspects of monetary economics. His work has been translated into Chinese, Japanese and Spanish. He is ranked in the top 5% of economists in the Europe by IDEAS.

Nottingham
United Kingdom

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