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Jingwen Fan

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer

Nottingham Business School

Staff Group(s)
Department of Economics

Role

Dr Jingwen Fan is a Lecturer in Economics. She completed her PhD at Cardiff University in February 2012. Jingwen is the module leader for Intermediate Microeconomics. She also teaches Quantitative Methods, Financial markets, Institutions & Services and supervises student dissertation.

Career overview

Jingwen joined Nottingham Business School in 2014. Prior to that she worked in research role at other universities and Allied Irish Bank (Northampton, UK).

Research areas

Jingwen is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics. Jingwen is the module leader for Microeconomic Theory and Applications and Quantitative methods. She also teaches Econometrics and supervises student dissertation at all levels.

Jingwen began her career as a risk analyst at Allied Irish Bank before joining Nottingham Business School in 2014 where she worked on various projects including stress testing, sensitivity analysis on retail mortgage and Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP).

Jingwen is an active researcher. Her research interest lies in the areas of Applied Econometrics, Applied Machine Learning, Mental Health and Wellbeing and China One Belt One Road (OBOR) Initiative.

Sponsors and collaborators

Professor Max Gillman - University of Missouri - St. Louis

Professor Patrick Minford – Cardiff University

Professor Jon Tucker - University of the West of England

Dr. Yanhui Zhu - University of the West of England

Mr. Bernard Masterson – Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), Bank of England