Arsalan is currently pursuing a PhD in Economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science after graduating with a Distinction in the MSc in Economics from LSE following a First Class Honours in BSc Accounting and Finance as an International Student of the University of London International Programme. He has worked as a tutorial teacher at the Millennium Universal College and as a private tutor teaching several University of London economics, finance, and accounting courses. Arsalan was the recipient of several academic awards including the LSE Excellence in Macroeconomics Award (2021), the University of London Award for Academic Achievement (2016, 2018), and the Cambridge Outstanding Learner Award (2015), and has secured world distinctions in Financial Reporting and Financial Management.
I intend to explore the effects of uncertainty, information and inequality in a Macroeconomic context and I am particularly interested in the interactions between different forms of uncertainty and different forms of inequalities. In my MSc paper I conducted an Empirical Analysis of the informational Channel of Monetary policy and measured its Impact on different forms of Uncertainty.