Christina Anderl

Christina Anderl, Graduate Teaching Assistant - Economics

Lecturer in Economics

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    020 7815 7854
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    Business / Accounting, Finance and Economics
 

Christina is a Lecturer in Economics in the Division of Accounting, Finance and Economics in the School of Business. She specialises in International Economics with a particular focus on Financial Markets.

She is the Course Director for all Economics undergraduate programmes and the Divisional Marketing, Recruitment and Admissions Coordinator. In addition, she also manages the student membership with the Institute of Directors for School of Business students and is the primary coach for the Network of International Business School Worldwide Case Study Competition.

Prior to joining LSBU Christina worked as a project manager in the foreign exchange markets with a particular focus on financial data analysis and derivative pricing. She holds an MSc in International Economics from City University, a PGCAPHE from King’s College London and is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Christina has experience with teaching a vast range of subjects related to Economics, Finance and International Business. Her main teaching areas are International Trade and Finance, Financial Econometrics and Open-Economy Macroeconomics. She also teaches Business Economics for all School of Business students on the common first year.

In her research, Christina specialises in International Economics with a particular focus on Financial Markets and Econometrics. Her main research interests are exchange rates and the role of expectations in financial markets. Her current area of research investigates monetary policy regimes and exchange rate disconnect.

Christina is a member of the Institute of Directors and manages the student membership for the School of Business.

She is also a member of the Network of International Business Schools, for which she coaches the LSBU team to compete in their Worldwide Case Competition every year.

 
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