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Dr Dawid Trzeciakiewicz

PositionLecturer in Finance and Economics
Location2.23
University of Bradford School of Management
Emm Lane
Bradford
West Yorkshire
BD9 4JL
DepartmentSchool of Management
RKT CentreCentre for Applied Research in Accounting, Finance and Economics
Telephone+44 (0)1274 234389
EmailD.Trzeciakiewicz@bradford.ac.uk

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

  • Asset Pricing (Postgraduate)
  • Financial Markets and Institutions (Postgraduate)
  • Principles of Personal Finance (Undergraduate)
  • Business Economics (Undergraduate, Distance Learning MBA, Executive MBA)

 

Biography

Dawid joined the School of Management in 2015. Previously he worked as a Teaching Fellow at the University of York and at the University of Birmingham. He completed his PhD entitled ‘Three essays on fiscal policy’ at the University of Hull. He also holds both his MSc (Econ) Economics and Business and BSc Accounting and Financial Management from the same university.

Study History

BSc (Hull), MSc (Econ) (Hull), ASP (Kiel), PhD (Hull)

Research Areas

Macroeconomics, Macro-Financial Linkages, Fiscal and Monetary Policy, Housing Market.

Current Projects

Dawid is currently working on the issues related to redistributive impacts of fiscal policy, 'expansionary fiscal contractions', 'fiscal free lunches', and non-linear effects of fiscal policy.

Working papers

McManus, R., Ozkan, F. G. and Trzeciakiewicz, D. ‘Who is afraid of austerity? The redistributive impact of fiscal policy in a DSGE framework’. www.york.ac.uk/media/economics/documents/discussionpapers/2014/1422.pdf

McManus, R., Ozkan, F. G. and Trzeciakiewicz, D. ‘Why are fiscal multipliers larger in recessions?’

Publications

McManus, R., Ozkan, G. and Trzeciakiewicz, D. (forthcoming). ‘Expansionary contractions and fiscal free lunches: too good to be true?', Scandinavian Journal of Economics.

Bhattarai, K. and Trzeciakiewicz, D. (2017). ‘Macroeconomic impacts of fiscal policy shocks in the UK: A DSGE analysis’, Economic Modelling, Volume 61, February 2017, Pages 321-338.

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