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Marina’s primary research interests are in the area of International Macroeconomics, Regional Economics, Economic growth and productivity, Applied Econometrics, and Banking crises. In her research, Marina uses nonlinear models, clustering tools, panel data analysis, and dynamic-factor models. Her papers have been published in the Journal of Money Credit and Banking, Journal of Applied Econometrics, International Journal of Finance and Economics, Empirical Economics, Cyprus Economics Review, and Russian Journal of Economic Theory.
Marina is eager to supervise PhD students in various topics, but her speciality is in International Macro. She is especially interested in the following areas: Belt and Road Initiative and Market Integration, Fintech and Bank Risk, SMEs Lending, Effect of E-commerce on Chinese Economy, and Productivity Analysis.
- International macroeconomics
- International finance
- Determination of international price dispersion
- Economic growth and productivity
- Applied Econometrics
- Banking crises and bank regulation
- Regional Economics
- SME Lending
- Technology Adoption
Dr Marina Glushenkova joined the University of Nottingham Ningbo in October 2016. She completed her PhD in Economics at the University of Cyprus in June 2016. Before that, she obtained a Master Degree in Economic Analysis at the University of Cyprus and did her undergraduate study in International Economics at the Ural Federal University. Marina’s research interests lie in the field of international macroeconomics and international finance.
She has been a teaching assistant for the courses Statistics and Econometrics, Research Methodology in Applied Economics, and International Economics at the University of Cyprus. She was also invited to give lectures on Macroeconomics and Economic Growth Theory for Master students at the Ural Federal University (Russia).
Economics of Regulation and Public Choice (Nottingham University Business School, Ningbo, China), SET feedback and SEM Feedback
Public Economics (Nottingham University Business School, Ningbo, China), SET feedback
Business Economics (Nottingham University Business School, Ningbo, China), SET feedback
Economic Growth Theory (Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg, Russia)
Macroeconomics (Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg, Russia)
PhD, Understanding international price level dispersion and price convergence, University of Cyprus
Award Date: 1 Jul 2016
- Applied Economics
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Roads to integration: The role of Transport Infrastructure in the Domestic Market Integration in China
1/01/20 → 30/06/21
Project: Government Funded Projects › Vertical-National Government Funded Projects
New insights into students’ engagement with online learning contents: perception versus actionGlushenkova, M. & Chen, L., 15 May 2023, (In preparation).
Research output: Working paper › Discussion paper
Understanding Clusters in China's Real Estate MarketGlushenkova, M. & Hu, X., 15 May 2023, (In preparation).
Research output: Working paper › Preprint
Understanding Urban-Rural Price Differences in China: The role of Infrastructure DevelopmentGlushenkova, M. & Shi, Y., May 2023, (Accepted/In press) N/A.
Research output: Working paperOpen AccessFile
How different are Monetary Unions to national economies according to prices?Glushenkova, M. & Zachariadis, M., 2022, (Accepted/In press) In: International Journal of Finance and Economics.
Research output: Journal Publication › Article › peer-review
Using blended learning activities to enhance students' learning effectiveness and performanceGlushenkova, M. & Chen, L., 3 Jan 2021, (Published Online).
Research output: Contribution to conference › Poster