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Dr Christina Anderl

Dr Christina Anderl

anderlc2@lsbu.ac.uk

Finance, Economics, Accounting and Analytics

https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6770-6698

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I am a Senior Lecturer in Economics and Associate Head of Division of the Division of Finance, Economics, Accounting and Analytics in LBSU Business School.

In my research, I specialise in Monetary Economics with a particular focus on Financial Markets and Time-series Econometrics. My current research interest is Central Bank Credibility and its impact on Financial and Goods Markets.

Courses taught

BSc (Hons) Economics (September start)

BSc (Hons) Economics (Finance pathway) (September start)

BSc (Hons) Economics (Business Strategy pathway) (September start)

Postgraduate Research Supervision
Current
Miss Mandeep SainiDoctoral Research ProjectPhD
ProposalProjectRoleFunderStatusStatus last updated
The Asymmetric Impact of News on the Stock Market during the Covid-19 Pandemic The Asymmetric Impact of News on the Stock Market during the Covid-19 PandemicPrincipal InvestigatorBritish Academy/Leverhulme Small Research GrantsOPEN In preparationJul 2022

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Testing for UIP-Type Relationships: Nonlinearities, Monetary Announcements and Interest Rate Expectations
Anderl, C. and Caporale, G. (2022). Testing for UIP-Type Relationships: Nonlinearities, Monetary Announcements and Interest Rate Expectations. Open Economies Review. https://doi.org/OPEN-D-21-00094R1

Exchange Rate Parities and Taylor Rule Deviations
Anderl, C. and Caporale, G. (2021). Exchange Rate Parities and Taylor Rule Deviations. Empirical Economics. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00181-021-02192-3

Nonlinearities and asymmetric adjustment to PPP in an exchange rate model with inflation expectations
Anderl, C. and Caporale, G. (2021). Nonlinearities and asymmetric adjustment to PPP in an exchange rate model with inflation expectations. Journal of Economic Studies. https://doi.org/10.1108/JES-02-2021-0109