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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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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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Prof Scott Moeller
Director, M&A Research Centre / Professor in the Practice of Finance
Scott Moeller is the director and founder of the M&A Research Centre at Cass Business School where he also a Professor in the Practice of Finance. Scott’s most recent book, published by John Wiley & Sons, was published in July 2009: Surviving M&A: Making the Most of Your Company Being Acquired. Another book (co-authored with Dr. Chris Brady) is entitled: Intelligent M&A: Navigating the Mergers and Acquisitions Minefield discusses the role of business intelligence in major financial restructurings and received a number of awards. Prior to teaching, Scott was at Deutsche Bank in London for 6 years in several senior banking positions. Prior to Deutsche Bank, Scott worked first at Booz Allen & Hamilton Management Consultants (now Booz & Co) for over 5 years and then at Morgan Stanley for over 12 years in New York, Japan, and most recently as co-manager and then member of the board of Morgan Stanley Bank AG in Germany.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Souad Mohamed
Senior Lecturer
Senior Lecturer in Business Information Management and Operations in Westminster Business School, Westminster University. Souad teaches across many undergraduate and post-graduate courses and supervises PhD, MBA, MA, MSc and sandwich year UG placements projects. Dr Mohamed’s recent research focuses on SMEs and the Management of Knowledge Leakage, knowledge capture, the effect of knowledge and experience flows on organisations, the development of the concept of knowledge leakage and its impact on organisational productivity. Her wider research interests include the assessment and management of the direct and indirect costs of Information System implementation and hence Human and Socio-technical considerations of technology adoption in the service sector. She has written and presented several successful publications in refereed journals, national and international conferences. She has significant leadership experience and effective management skills gained through executive roles such as Chairperson, National Curriculum Co-ordinator, Programme Co-ordinator and Information Communication Technology Manager.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr M Shadi Mohamed
Lecturer in Structural Engineering
Dr. M Shadi Mohamed is a lecturer in structural engineering at the School of the Built Environment, Heriot Watt University. After completing his BSc in civil engineering at Aleppo University, Syria, Dr. Mohamed joined Aleppo City Council as an infrastructure engineer where he worked for three years in designing and constructing roads, drainage systems and water supply networks. He later moved to Germany where he got his MSc at Ruhr University, Bochum. Dr. Mohamed then went to Heriot-Watt University where he did his PhD before moving to Durham University where he worked as a post-doctoral research associate at the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences for three years. He has recently come back to Heriot Watt University as a lecturer.

Edinburgh
United Kingdom

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Dr James Moir
Senior Lecturer in Sociology
Dr James Moir is a senior lecturer in sociology at the University of Abertay Dundee, Scotland, U.K. with a research interest in the application of discourse analysis across a wide range of socio-psychological topics. This has involved the study of discourses of occupational identities; doctor-patient interactions and shared decision-making; the discursive construction of tourism as visual experience; Western discourse surrounding death and dying; the role of the media in promoting a discourse of opinionation with respect to political issues; and higher education policy discourses of personal development planning and graduate attributes.

Dundee
United Kingdom

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Ms Joanna Molyn
Senior Lecturer
Senior Lecturer at the Univesity of Greenwich. Currently studying for a Phd in the effectinvess of coaching in changing self-efficacy of accounting students and raising their employability efforts. Areas of interest include innovation in education and coaching and education.

London
United Kingdom

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