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 Emmanuel Azom

Emmanuel Azom

Research student, Cardiff Business School

I am a PhD student in the Economics section of Cardiff Business School. My research interests described broadly are international macroeconomics, applied macroeconomics, real business cycle models and dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models.

Research interests

My PhD thesis is about modelling the economy of Kuwait with particular interest on the dynamic impact of oil productivity shocks on the macroeconomic aggregates in the economy.

Working Papers

Modelling the Economy of Kuwait: A DSGE Framework - Joint work with Prof. Patrick Minford and Dr. David Meenagh

Testing a DSGE Model for Kuwait via Indirect Inference - Joint work with Prof. Patrick Minford and Dr. David Meenagh

Tracing the Causes of Inflation in France: Tests of the New Keynesian Phillips Curve - Supervisor: Prof. Patrick Minford

Exchange Rate Fluctuation and Trade Balance movements in Developing Countries - Supervisor: Prof. Patrick Minford