Michael Batuo is a Lecturer in the School of Accounting and Finance .
- PhD, Polytechnic University of Ancona (Italy)
- MSc , Polytechnic University of Ancona (Italy)
- Laurea, Sapienze University of Rome
Michael's interests are mainly in the areas of Economics and Financial Development . He has taught various undergraduates modules, such as Financial Market and institution, International Economics, Microeconomics, Business Context and Making Management Decision and Quantitative studies for Finance and Accounting. In addition, he supervises undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Michael is actively engaged in research activities in the field of Macroeconomics, Development Economics, Panel Data analysis and Financial Development, especially with regards to African countries. He has published in peer-review journals, and has also spoken at international seminars and conferences. A number of his research peers are also currently under review.
His work has been published in the European Journal of Comparative Economics, Journal of Financial Economic Policy, African Finance Journal and Journal, Journal of Economic Studies and Development Areas.
Furthermore, he served as a referee for several international journals, including the Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, African finance Journal, Journal of Financial Economic Policy, and Journal Development area.
Michael also served as a Research consultant at the African Development Bank (ADBF) on a research project developed by him entitled "Financial Stability, Financial Integration and Economic growth in African Countries".
For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.