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Waseem Toraubally

Senior Lecturer

Nottingham Business School

Staff Group(s)
Applied Economics and Policy (Research Group) Department of Economics


Waseem Toraubally is Senior Lecturer in Industrial Economics at Nottingham Business School.

Career overview

Prior to joining NTU in 2022, Waseem held positions at Coventry University, Lancaster University, and the University of Manchester, from where he obtained his PhD in 2017.

He is also Associate Fellow of the Centre for Research in Economic Theory and its Applications at the University of Warwick.

Waseem’s teaching interests lie in all areas of economics. Amongst others, he has taught on Advanced Mathematics, Advanced Statistics, Mathematical Economics, Mathematical Finance, Managerial Economics, Labour Economics, and Industrial Organisation to university students at all levels. He is Fellow of Advance HE (formerly, Higher Education Academy).

Research areas

Waseem’s current research has strongly gravitated towards Pure and Applied Microeconomic Theory and Game Theory. In particular, he specialises in the analysis and application of imperfect competition in general equilibrium with a view to deriving sound policy implications. He welcomes suitably-trained PhD students in these research areas.


-Toraubally, W. A. (2023) Comparative Advantage with Many Goods: New Treatment and Results. European Journal of Operational Research, forthcoming.

-Toraubally, W. A. (2022) Price Dispersion and Vanilla Options in a Financial Market Game. Finance Research Letters, 50, 103305.

-Toraubally, W. A. (2022) Strategic Trading and Ricardian Comparative Advantage. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 195, 428-447.

-Toraubally, W. A. (2019) Arbitrage Equilibria in Large Games with Many Commodities. Economics Letters, 179, 24-28.

-Toraubally, W. A. (2018) Large Market Games, the Law of One Price, and Market Structure. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 78, 13-26.

-Toraubally, W. A. (2017) Strategic Market Games and Ricardo. Economics Bulletin, 37 (4), 2517-2525.

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