Armando Marozzi is a doctoral student in International Political Economy (IPE). His PhD project examines the factors that may explain central banks’ preference towards fiscal policy. To do so, advanced statistical techniques are employed, from quantitative text analysis to time-series models.
Before the PhD, Armando studied Philosophy at the University of Macerata (BA and MA: Summa cum Laude), International Political Economy at LSE (MSc with Distinction) and Quantitative Economics at Birkbeck (Graduate Diploma with Distinction). Armando got this last degree while working as a consultant for a macro policy consultancy (Medley Global Advisors) owned by the Financial Times.
2019/2020 GV324 Applied Quantitative Methods for Political Science
2019/2020 MY464 Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
Dr James Morrison