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I am a Senior Lecturer in the Finance and Economics at Hertfordshire Business School. I hold a PhD in Economics from SOAS, University of London. My research broadly focuses on financial integration and financialisation, with particular reference to two key themes and areas.
The first is the context of emerging and developing countries. I am interested in analysing the drivers and consequences of their integration into the global financial system and transformation of their domestic financial sector. Of particular interest is the question of how these changes affect their subordinate economic position, and the related development policy implications.
The second is the specific role of institutional investors, and pension funds in particular. I am interested in analysing their role as investors, both in advanced and emerging economies, particularly the question around their supposed long-term financial investment horizons. I am also interested in the question of how the growth of funded pensions has affected pension outcomes and distribution.
My research uses a range of different methods, both quantitative and qualitative. I am also keen to promote pluralism in economics teaching and research, as well as interdisciplinarity, especially with "neighbouring" disciplines such as international poltical economy and economic geography.
My work in these areas is published in several book chapters and journals such as Environment and Planning A, the Socio-Economic Review, Development and Change and the Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money. I have recently co-edited a collective volume published by Routledge, on Emerging Economies and the Global Financial System: Post-Keynesian Analysis. I have also collaborated with a range of external non-academic institutions, such as UNCTAD, ODI and TEPSA.
Economics, PhD, Institutional Investors and Capital Flows to Emerging Markets, SOAS University of London
Award Date: 2 Aug 2016
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1/09/23 → 30/09/24
Background Paper and chapter contribution on Financialization for the 2023 Financing for Sustainable Development Report
5/12/22 → 30/12/22
Debt risks of Low Income Countries: How lower-income country debt risks can be determined by conditions in advanced economies and global financial markets
Bonizzi, B., Laskaridis, C. & Griffiths, J.
13/01/20 → 16/03/20
Commonality without convergence: An analytical framework Accounting for variegated financialisation in emerging economiesBonizzi, B. & Karwowski, E., 9 Nov 2023, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Competition & Change. p. 1-25 25 p.
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Global financial uncertainty shocks and external monetary vulnerability: the role of dominance, exposure, and historyKohler, K., Bonizzi, B. & Kaltenbrunner, A., 30 Oct 2023, In: Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money. 88, p. 1-16 16 p., 101818.
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Bonizzi, B., Churchill, J. & Dutta, S., Aug 2023, Common Wealth (Ownership Futures Ltd).
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Bonizzi, B., Churchill, J. & Kaltenbrunner, A., 2 Mar 2023, In: New Political Economy. 19 p.
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Financialization and the Challenges of Sustainable Structural Transformation: Background paper for the UN Financing for Sustainable Development Report 2023Bonizzi, B., Powell, J. & Kaltenbrunner, A., 15 Feb 2023, 35 p.
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