Professor Adrian Pagan awarded the Houblon-Norman Fellowship at the Bank of England
27 September, 2012
Congratulations Professor Adrian Pagan who was recently awarded the Houblon-Norman Fellowship at the Bank of England.
Established by the Bank of England in 1944 to mark the 250th Anniversary of the Bank's foundation, the Houblon-Norman and George fellowships are awarded "to promote research into and disseminate knowledge and understanding of the working, interaction and function of financial business institutions in Great Britain and elsewhere and the economic conditions affecting them".
Successful applicants engage in full-time research on an economic or financial topic of their own choice, and Senior Fellowships are awarded to distinguished research workers who have established a reputation in their field. Professor Pagan will be working on “Modelling and measuring the impact of confidence and sentiment on business cycle outcomes”.
Professor Adrian Pagan has published many papers in the area of theoretical and applied econometrics. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, the Econometric Society and the Journal of Econometrics; a Medallist Fellow of the Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand; has been made a Distinguished Fellow of the Economic Society of Australia and was awarded a Centenary Medal at the Centennial of Australian Federation.
For more details on Adrian Pagan’s research, visit: http://sydney.edu.au/arts/economics/staff/academic/adrian_pagan.shtml
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