Dr Paul Middleditch

Associate Professor of Macroeconomics

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Biography

Dr Paul Middleditch is an Associate Professor of Macroeconomics at the University of Manchester, Director of the Centre for Innovation in Pedagogy, Associate Member of the Economics Network, Author of Introduction to Macroeconomics 5th Edition, with Pearson Education and Subject Matter Expert for McGraw Hill, London. He received his BA in Economics at Kingston University and MSc in Economics at Birkbeck College before going on to the University of Surrey to complete his PhD, also in Economics. His research interests include monetary policy, macroeconomic time series and also innovation in the area of pedagogy, particularly in the use of new practices for fostering student engagement and the design of educational frameworks for higher education more generally. Paul has published his research in the Review of Development Economics, the Cambridge Journal of Economics, the Scottish Journal of Political Economy, The Manchester School, Cogent Economics and Finance, the International Review of Economics Education and the Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice. He has received the Economics Network 'Outstanding Teaching Award' in 2013 and a University of Manchester Distinguished Achievement Medal 'Teacher of the Year' in 2014.

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PhD Supervision

Chuku Chuku "Essays on Monetary Policy for Developing Economies" Completed 2017

Shuonan Zhang "The Relationship Between Financial Development, R&D Expenditure and Growth" Completed 2019

Sustainable Development Goals

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