Since being employed by the School of Finance and Economics in 1995 I have taught several subjects in the areas of economics and financial markets. Currently and between Spring Semester 2000 and Spring Semester 2002 I have been the Coordinator of Undergraduate Courses for the School of Finance and Economics. As Coordinator I have attended the monthly meetings of the Undergraduate Planning Committee and brought to the attention of the Committee several minor changes in the majors offered by the School. I am the School’s representative on the Assessment Grade Committee and over 2002 was a member of the Faculty Academic Conduct Committee. Currently I am working on three research papers. The first paper is on “Temporal Relationships and Foreign Exchange Markets” and has already been presented at an international conference. The second paper is being written jointly with another academic from the School and is examining the “Learning difficulties encountered by International Students”. The third paper is being written jointly with two other academics and is currently being revised to be resubmitted for publication. This paper is titled “Regime Switches in Property Market Risk Premiums: Some International Comparisons”.
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