Zamid Aligishiev

PhD candidate in Economics  - City, University of London

Visiting Lecturer - City, University of London

Consultant - United Nations Capital Development Fund

I am a PhD candidate in the Economics Department of the City, University of London, where I also work as a visiting lecturer for various Econometrics and Macroeconomics modules. I am a consultant at the United Nations Capital Development Fund, supporting functions of the Asian Data Hub.

My research interests include both Monetary and Fiscal policy analysis, with a wide methodological approach. One aspect of my research covers modelling time variation in policy responses with state space representations of structural vector autoregressions (TV-SVAR) using Bayesian inference. Another, on dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) models in the analysis of  the fiscal stimulus effectiveness.



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