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Adams Adama

Background

Having obtained a BA degree in Economics from the University of Ghana in 2006 Adams continued to pursue MSc in Economics at The University of Manchester in 2007 which he completed in 2008 under the supervision of Dr George Bratsiotis.  His MSc. Dissertation was on the macroeconomic impact of  Inflation Targeting  as a monetary policy framework in emerging economies.

Research interests

Emerging Economies are known with issues of weak institutions which tend to affect economic policies. Adams’ research  therefore looks  at Macroeconomic Policy, Institutions  and Growth in Emerging Economies.

PhD supervisors

  • Prof Keith Blackburn
  • Dr Patrick Macnamara

Teaching

Adams is currently  a teaching assistant for:

  • ECON10001 Further Mathematics, University of Manchester, 2014/2015
  • ECON20281 Further Mathematics, University of Manchester, 2014/2015
  • ECON3100 Managerial Economics II, University of Manchester, 2014/2015
  • ECON20351 Microeconomics IIA, University of Manchester, 2014/2015
  • ECON20402 Macroeconomics IIB, University of Manchester, 2014/2015

Past teaching

  • ECON20281 Further Mathematics, University of Manchester, 2013/2014
  • ECON20120 Mathematical Econs I, University of Manchester, 2013/2014
  • ECON20352 Microeconomics IIB, University of Manchester, 2013/2014     
  • ECON3100 Managerial Econs II, University of Manchester, 2012/2013
  • ECON10081 UK Economy -Micro, University of Manchester 2011/2012, 2012/2013
  • ECON10082 UK Economy -Macro,  University of Manchester  2011/2012,2012/2013
  • ECON10001 Further Mathematics, University of Manchester, 2013/2014

Contact details

Economics, School of Social Sciences
University of Manchester 
3rd Floor, Arthur Lewis Building
Oxford Road 
M13 9PL Manchester, UK
Email: adams.adama@manchester.ac.uk