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Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Prof Hilary Nesi
Professor in English Language
Hilary Nesi is a Professor in English language at Coventry University, UK. Her publications are generally concerned with language corpora, and the design and use of lexical reference tools. She was principal investigator for the project to create the BASE corpus of British Academic Spoken English, and for the BAWE corpus project 'An Investigation of Genres of Assessed Writing in British Higher Education'.

Coventry
United Kingdom

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Mr Michael Neumann
Ph.D. Student
Ph.D. Student in Finance

London
United Kingdom

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Ms Jackie Newbury
Managing Director, Chairman
Jackie Newbury After degrees from Oxford and Harvard, Jackie has had an extensive career in international banking, working for investment houses in London, Tokyo and Frankfurt. She has specialised in equity capital markets, most particularly during the expansion of investment in continental european equity markets. In 2000 she started Newbury Financial Consulting Limited, to assist European companies with access to raising equity and debt on UK, American and other capital markets. This involved consultation on Initial Public Offerings in Germany and the UK. Her work draws on a network of leaders in the fields of valuation, taxation and balance sheet restructuring. She has also been involved with public policy work on the development of capital markets in transitional and emerging economies, including a major assignment for the Central Bank of Mongolia financed by EBRD, and for the the Kingdom of Thailand funded by the ADB. She has taken part in City of London missions led by the Lord Mayor to China, Mongolia, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan. She has visited Turkmenistan twice. After University she worked and travelled extensively in Southern Africa. In addition she runs the oldest bilateral conference, the Anglo-German Königswinter Conference, the oldest of the bilateral Conferences. She also Chairs two property companies. She is involved with summer teaching at business schools, as well as various local charitable activities. She is a bilingual German and fluent French speaker.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Wing Lon Ng
Lecturer in High-frequency Finance
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Colchester
United Kingdom

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Dr Lutao Ning
lecturer
www.lutaoning.com Dr Lutao Ning is a Lecturer in International Business at Queen Mary, University of London. Previously a lecturer at Durham University, he was a political economist at the East Asia Institute, Cambridge University, a member of Queens' College, Cambridge and a visiting scholar at the Chinese Academy of Social Science and Peking University in 2005. Dr Lutao Ning is an experienced lecturer and trainer, with a background of successfully delivering Financial Times ranked MBA programme courses at many international institutions for a number of years. He also designs tailored training courses for corporate clients, especially for middle-to-senior executives from a broad range of industries and sectors. His multidisciplinary research, teaching and consulting background ranges from international business and management, through law, political economy and development studies. Research interests & consulting areas Inward and outward foreign direct investment (FDI) and international investment and economic policies International business, globalisation and the strategies of multinational enterprises International mergers and acquisitions (M&As) and corporate governance Emerging market multinational enterprises and market analysis Chinese and East Asian business and economies Quantitative or qualitative research methods

london
China

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Dr Steven Noble
Senior Lecturer
I am a senior lecturer and head of department of mathematics at Brunel. My research is in discrete mathematics, in particular, complexity of algorithms. I have experience of applying this work to some real-world problems via study groups with industry.

Uxbridge
United Kingdom

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