Azizun Nessa obtained her PhD in Economics from the University of Manchester, UK, as a school of Social Science Discipline Area Scholar. Before that she obtained MPhil in Economics, a two year professional degree, from the University of Oxford, UK, as a Rhodes Scholar. She graduated with a first class honours degree in Economics from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
I am involved in teaching International trade, International Business & Globalisation, Public & Regulatory Economics, Economic policy and Business Economics.
Keywords: economic growth; welfare economics; external finance, entrepreneurship development; social enterprise; labour economics; trade policy; international economics.
Azizun's research activity has covered a wide range of theoretical and empirical topics in development macroeconomics, with focus on issues that relate to economic growth and development, Inequality and income distribution, external development finance, entrepreneurship development, labour economics, trade policy and economic integration. Most recently, distributional justice and social enterprise development have become major interests.
Expertise: Large Dataset construction.
Nessa, Azizun (2020) How heterogeneity of recipients influences the income equalising impact of migrant’s remittances. Journal of Economic Studies . ISSN 0144-3585
Edwards, T, Huw and Kernohan, David and Landman, Todd and Nessa, Azizun (2018) Good neighbours matter: economic geography and the diffusion of human rights. Spatial Economic Analysis , 13 (3). pp. 319-337. ISSN 1742-1772
Engagement and Impact
Member of the Editorial Board of Journal Economic and Management Sciences (JEMS), Faculty of Management & Administrative Sciences, University of Sargodha, Sargodha.