Professor Geoffrey Pugh



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Curriculum Vitae: G.T.Pugh 18/05/2016


Professor Geoffrey Pugh
9 Richmond Road,

Wakefield,

West Yorkshire, WF1 3LA.
Home: 01924 384452; e-mail: gpugh@plainfigures.com

Office: 01782 294092; e-mail: g.t.pugh@staffs.ac.uk



Achievements and Skills





TEACHING:
More than 20 years’ teaching experience in higher education.


Current:
MSc Economics:

  • Applied Econometrics

  • International macroeconomics and globalisation

  • Dissertation supervision (my students have twice won international prizes for their MSc dissertations)

Doctorate of Business Administration:



  • Research Methods


Previous:


  1. Undergraduate and Postgraduate dissertation supervision

  • Economics and business projects (BA; MA; MSc; and MBA)



  1. Undergraduate teaching includes:

  • Introductory economics

  • International economics

  • Economics of European integration

  • Germany: economic institutions and business strategy

  • Research methods & applied statistics for business



  1. Postgraduate teaching includes

MBA programmes:



  • International Economics at Boston University

  • European Economics at Warsaw University

  • International Finance at Staffordshire University

Chartered Institute of Public Sector Accountants (CIPFA)



  • Public Policy in the Financial Environment (1991-93)
    (co-author of the BPP textbook for this module)

In-House Company Training and Management Development:



  • Rolls Royce: intensive course on international finance

  • Ceramics industry: Business Environment and Our Ceramic Industry (Executive Development module)



  1. Professional development in applied economics, econometrics and research methods

Short-courses at overseas universities funded by international organisations (EU Socrates Programme, USAID and the Open Society Institute):



    • European Economics (Universities of Leipzig and Antwerp)

    • Economics of Globalisation (Skopje, Macedonia)

    • Applied Econometrics (Pristina, Kosova)

    • Econometric analysis of survey data (Pristina, Kosova)

    • Survey design and analysis (Split, Croatia)

    • Introduction to Applied Econometrics (Ohrid, Macedonia)

    • Topics in Globalisation and the Global Financial Crisis (University of Sarajevo, Economics PhD Programme)

    • Hedonic modelling for property markets (University of Sarajevo, on the Master of Property programme)

One-week intensive courses for the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina and for the Central bank of Montenegro: An introduction to econometric analysis using Stata


One-week intensive course for the Central Bank of Macedonia: Dynamic Panel Analysis using Stata (February 2015)


EXAMINING

All levels including PhD

  • PhD: 16 (8 internal; 8 external)




RESEARCH SUPERVISION
RESEARCH DEGREES AWARDED:


RESEARCH DEGREES CURRENTLY SUPERVISED:

29 completions since 2004 in Applied Economics (25), Business and Management (2) and Education Policy (2).
Applied economics


  1. PhD: Thomas LANGE (01/04). Government intervention and the acquisition of workforce skills in Germany, Europe and beyond

  2. PhD: Ardiana GASHI (08/07). Technological Change and Employer-Provided Training: Theory and Evidence from the UK and Germany

  3. PhD: Petrit GASHI (11/07). Export Performance and the SME Sector in South Eastern Europe, with Special Reference to Kosova

  4. PhD: Inflation, Growth and Happiness: Assessing Croatia’s Stabilisation Policy

  5. PhD: Ermelinda LAHO (04/08). An Analysis of the IMF Supported Adjustment Programmes in Transition Economies with Special Reference to Albania

  6. PhD: Fatmir BESIMI (05/08). Monetary and Exchange Rate Policy in Macedonia During the Process of Accession to the EU

  7. PhD: Bruno ĆORIĆ (12/08). Aggregate Economic Fluctuations and Capital Market Imperfections

  8. PhD: Aleksandar STOJKOV (10/09). Determinants and Sustainability of Current Account Deficits in Selected Transitional Countries

  9. PhD: Adnan EFENDIC (12/09). Institutions and Economic Performance: with Reference to Bosnia

  10. PhD: Igor VELICKOVSKI (03/10). Potential Costs for Macedonia from Relinquishing Independent Monetary Policy: A Contribution to Assessing the Costs of Euro Adoption

  11. PhD: Silvia GOLEM (12/10). The determinants of the size of government in developed market economies

  12. PhD: Sandra HLIVNJAK (03/11). Current Account Sustainability in Bosnia and Herzegovina

  13. PhD: Marjan PETRESKI (06/11). Investigating and Modelling a Monetary Policy Regime Switch from Exchange Rate to Inflation Targeting, with particular reference to Macedonia

  14. PhD: Nermin ORUC (10/11). The Economic Consequences Of “Mass Exodus” with reference to Bosnia

  15. PhD: Natasha TRAJKOVA (03/13). Instability and volatility of economic growth under transition: an application of exogenous growth theory

  16. PhD: Alan PIPER (03/13). The happiness of the young in Great Britain: the role of education

  17. PhD: Arben MUSTAFA (03/14). Banking Sector Competition and its Impact on Banking Stability, Interest Rates and Access to Finance in Enlarged Europe and South East Europe: with special focus to Kosovo

  18. PhD: Dragana RADICIC (05/14).The Effectiveness of R&D and Innovation Policy in Promoting Innovation in European SMEs: an Empirical Investigation of Additionality Effects

  19. PhD: Belma COLAKOVIC (10/14). Systemic risks and financial fragility in a small open economy: the case of Bosnia-Herzegovina

  20. PhD: Zorica KALEZIC (11/14). Ownership Concentration and Firm Performance in Transition Economies with Reference to Montenegro.




  1. PhD: Maja IVANOVIĆ. (03/2015). Assessing Banking Sector Stability: with Special Reference to Montenegro and Central and Eastern Europe.

  2. PhD: Selena BEGOVIC (05-2015).The Currency Board Arrangement in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Sustainability, Desirability and Exit Strategies.

  3. PhD: Merima BALAVAC (08-2015). Export diversification, determinants and effect on output volatility: the case of the Western Balkan economies.

  4. PhD: Rilind KABASHI (10-2015). Effects of fiscal policy on growth and on macroeconomic stability in European transition countries, with special reference to Macedonia.

  5. PhD: Albulenë KASTRATI (12-2015). The Relationship between Output Gap and Excess Liquidity in European Transition Economies.


Business and Management


  1. PhD: Jane KENNEDY (05/08). Understanding High Performance in English County Councils

  2. PhD: Lumir ABDIXHIKU (12/13). The Determinants of Tax Compliance by Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Transition Economies with Special Reference to Kosovo


Education policy and economics of education


  1. PhD: Shqiponje TELHAJ (11/04). The Construction and Use of Value-added Indicators in Education

  2. PhD: Noshin FLYNN (06/07). Individual and Strategic Relations; the contribution of the UK voluntary sector in the brokerage and delivery of lifelong learning: a social capital approach within a qualitative case study design


IN PROGRESS:



Applied Economics

  1. PhD: Investigating the transmission channels of global financial crisis to the real economy with special reference to Western Balkan economies – causes, effects and policy response.

  2. PhD: Asset bubbles in underdeveloped financial markets with influential institutional investors: evidence from South East European (SEE) financial markets.

  3. PhD: Fiscal Policy in small open economies in transition, with particular reference to Macedonia.

  4. PhD: Asset bubbles and their effect on financial crises.

  5. PhD: Capital Flows and Sustainability of the European Monetary Union.

  6. PhD: The impact government creditworthiness on the cost of public and private borrowing in transition countries.

  7. PhD: Explaining the impact of the Global Financial crisis on European Transition Countries.


Business and Management

  1. PhD: A strategic analysis of the UK ceramics industry.

  2. PhD: An Empirical Investigation of the Role of Corporate Governance in Risk Taking: An Analysis of European Banks.

Current Management and Academic Leadership Role


From January 2013 to date: Head of Research, Staffordshire University Business School. Main responsibilities to date: membership of the University REF Advisory Group; leading, managing and writing the REF2014 submission in Business and Management Studies.
From 2008 to date: Founder and currently Director of the Centre for Applied Business Research (CABR) within Staffordshire University Business School.
CABR was established to raise the level of activity and profile of Business School research and enterprise activities. To this end, over the period 2009 to 2013 we secured £640,000 of additional research and enterprise funding for the Business School (according to our REF5 submission), appointed two Enterprise Readers, put in place administrative infrastructure, and enlarged our capacity by both providing more research opportunities and by mentoring more colleagues into becoming active researchers. The ethos of CABR is to realize synergies between an enterprise agenda of business engagement and a research agenda preparing for assessment under the REF2014 and beyond.

My continuing contributions to CABR include academic leadership and management, personal research, research supervision and mentoring (including joint publication), bid writing (with successes including a HEIF project and an FP7 project – see below) and working on external projects.



Previous Management
& Leadership Roles


  1. From 2004-09: Director of the Centre for Local Enterprise and Skills within the Business School at Staffordshire University (a centre for small consultancy projects).



  2. 2001-02: Contributed as a co-opted member of Staffordshire University’s Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning Committee by analysing and reporting on participation data.



  3. 2000-04: Field Leader for undergraduate business projects.



  4. Economics Field Leader (Stafford) (1998-2002): responsible for both undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum development; various roles in preparation for December 2000 QAA visit (maximum score of 24 achieved).



  5. 1994-2006: MA Economics of International Trade and European Integration: worked with colleagues at University of Antwerp and the Prague University of Economics to initiate the MA and secure TEMPUS funding (1994); secured ESRC ‘specialist’ recognition (1996); secured renewed TEMPUS funding (1998); 2005: achieved EU “Erasmus-Mundus” status (25 scholarships for non-EU students). 1994 to 2006, UK member of the Programme Management Board and Course Tutor at Staffordshire.



  6. 1994-99: Successful applications for five EU TEMPUS-PHARE projects (funding in excess of ECU 2 million); managed four of these multi-partner, collaborative projects.

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