Nahiyan Azad, PHD

Dr. Azad is an Assistant professor in the Economics Department. He received his Masters of Arts and PhD in Economics in 2016 and 2022 from University of Calgary, and his B.S.S in Economics in 2014 from BRAC University. His research areas include Monetary Economics, Macroeconomics, Financial Economics, and Energy Economics.

Teaching Interests

Macroeconomics, Financial Economics, Monetary Economics

Research Interests

Monetary Economics, Macroeconomics, Financial Economics, and Energy Economics.

Consulting Interests

Selected Publications

: Oil Price Uncertainty and Consumer Sentiment in Advanced Economies,

: Spillovers of U.S. Monetary Policy Uncertainty on Inflation Targeting Emerging Economies, Emerging Markets Review

2021: Covid-19 and monetary–fiscal policy interactions in Canada, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance (376-384 pp.)

2021: Market Shocks in the G7 Countries, Open Economies Review (33–60 pp.)

: A century and a half of the monetary base-stock market relationship, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance (118-124 pp.)

2020: Emerging market volatility spillovers, The American Economist (78-87 pp.)

2019: Monetary policy spillovers in emerging economies, International Journal of Finance & Economics (664-683 pp.)

: Oil price shocks in major emerging economies, The Energy Journal

ECON 101 - The American Economy
ECON 121 - Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 321 - Intermediate Macro Theory
ECON 366 - Money and Banking
ECON 367 - Financial Institutions/Markets
ECON 402 - International Economics
ECON 492 - Research Experience-Economics
ECON 494 - Economics Internship
ECON 499 - Independent Study:
ECON 566 - Money and Banking
ECON 602 - International Economics
MBA 512 - Fndtns in Statistics/Economic
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