Dr Zhang He is an international macro-economist with emphasis on applied econometrics (e.g. Panel Vector Autoregression Model, Dynamic Factor Model). He has wide range of experiences in teaching economics in both economics and non-economics degrees.
He was awarded a PhD in Economics at the University of Bradford in 2014. Before he joined Teesside University as a Senior Lecturer in Economics, Zhang had worked in the Division of Economics at the University of Bradford where he taught a range of undergraduate modules within the area of Macroeconomics.
Membership of Professional Associations:
- The University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES)
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Summary of Research Interests
Zhang's current research interests centres on
- the synchronisation of EMU business cycles
- effectiveness of ECB monetary policy
- fiscal policy/government debts and long-term interest rates of government bonds in the Eurozone
- enterprise activities and economic growth
PhD and Research Opportunities
Zhang is interested in economics focused/related PhD researches; especially, in the area of Macroeconomics and European Monetary Union.
Learning and Teaching Interests and Activities
The main teaching interests of Dr Zhang He are macroeconomics, monetary economics, international economics, and the economics of European Monetary Union.