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Professor Carlos Cortinhas

Professor Carlos Cortinhas

Associate Dean (Education), Associate Professor of Economics

5613

+44 (0) 1392 725613

Streatham Court 1.32

Carlos Cortinhas finished his Economics PhD in June 2007. He studied at the University of Exeter, under the supervision of John Maloney, Malcolm Macmillen and Nigar Hashimzade. Before coming to Exeter, he completed his Masters at Kobe University, Japan, under the supervision of Shoji Nishijima. Aside from academia, Carlos has previously worked in banking (for the Industrial Bank of Japan, Tokyo) and in government institutions (for the Ministry for the Economy and Innovation, Portugal).

Administrative responsibilities

  • Associate Dean of Education
  • Member, Undergraduate Student Staff Liaison Committee
  • Member, BA Economics and Politics Board of Studies

Qualifications

  • BsC (Minho), MsC (Kobe), PhD (Exeter)
  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Research

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Books

Cortinhas C, Black K (2012). Statistics for Business and Economics. Chichester, John Wiley & Sons.
Cortinhas C (2009). Prospects for Monetary Integration in ASEAN., Vdm Verlag Dr Mueller E K. Abstract.  Full text.

Journal articles

Cortinhas C (2009). Exchange rate pass-through in ASEAN: Implications for the prospects of monetary integration in the region. Singapore Economic Review, 54(4), 657-687. Abstract.  Full text.
Cortinhas C (2007). Intra-industry trade and business cycles in ASEAN. Applied Economics, 39(7-9), 893-902. Abstract.  Full text.

Chapters

Cortinhas C, Stephenson J (2013). Creative uses of in-class technology. In  (Ed) Handbook for Economics Lecturers, Economics Network.
Cortinhas C (2007). Asymmetry of Shocks and Convergence in Selected ASEAN Countries: a Dynamic Analysis, in Koveos. In Koveos PE (Ed) Critical issues for the 21st century global economy, Athens: Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER), 25-42.  Full text.

Publications by year


2013

Cortinhas C, Stephenson J (2013). Creative uses of in-class technology. In  (Ed) Handbook for Economics Lecturers, Economics Network.

2012

Cortinhas C, Black K (2012). Statistics for Business and Economics. Chichester, John Wiley & Sons.

2009

Cortinhas C (2009). Exchange rate pass-through in ASEAN: Implications for the prospects of monetary integration in the region. Singapore Economic Review, 54(4), 657-687. Abstract.  Full text.
Cortinhas C (2009). Prospects for Monetary Integration in ASEAN., Vdm Verlag Dr Mueller E K. Abstract.  Full text.

2007

Cortinhas C (2007). Asymmetry of Shocks and Convergence in Selected ASEAN Countries: a Dynamic Analysis, in Koveos. In Koveos PE (Ed) Critical issues for the 21st century global economy, Athens: Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER), 25-42.  Full text.
Cortinhas C (2007). Intra-industry trade and business cycles in ASEAN. Applied Economics, 39(7-9), 893-902. Abstract.  Full text.

Awards and Honours

    • Monbusho (Japanese Ministry of Education) Scholarship, 1992-1996

  • External positions

      • Member of Scientific Council, The Economic Policy Research Centre (NIPE), University of Minho, Portugal
      • External Examiner, University of Westminster
      • Member of Pearson Publishers’ Economics Advisory Board
      • Associate of Economics Network
      • Member of Steering Group of British Council of Undergraduate Research 

  • Macroeconomics
  • Statistics
  • International trade

Dr Cortinhas’ teaching interests cover Macroeconomics, Statistics (especially Applied Statistics) and International Trade both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He has also taught a variety of other subjects over the past few years including Economics of the International Firm and Development Economics among others.

Taught modules

Modules

2016/17