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Biography

Eliana is Lecturer in Finance at the School of Economics, Finance and Accounting (EFA) at Coventry University since April 2019. She is also ASPiRE research fellow of the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity (CFCI) at Coventry University. Also, Eliana is Communication Lead for EFA and SIG (Subject Interest Group) Lead for MiMoF (Micro and Modern Finance group). Previously she was a Post-Doc International Research Fellow at Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham. 

 

Research Interests

  • Finance-Growth Nexus
  • Money, Credit and Financial System
  • Financial Innovation
  • Environmental Sustainability and Banking System
  • Financial Crisis, Financial (in)stability and Business Cycle dynamics
  • Macroeconomics, Behavioural Finance/Economics

 

PhD Supervision

PhD students are welcome in all the subjects related to Eliana's research interests listed above. In particular for what concerns multidisciplinary research projects which may involve other disciplines such as psychology, anthropology, business management, biology just to list a few.

Currently, Eliana is interested in taking on PhD students in the areas of "banking/financial markets and climate/environmental change" and "money market speculation and hidden financial instability risk"

 

Qualifications

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCHE) and HEA Fellow
  • PhD in Economic Policy – Quantitative Models for Policy Analysis (QMPA)

  • Laurea in Business Banking - Economics of Financial Markets and Institutions

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