Amr Algarhi joined Sheffield Hallam University in 2014 and is currently the course leader of the BSc (Honours) Economics programme. Amr’s broad research interests are in econometrics, time series analysis and macroeconomics. His main teaching areas are econometrics, statistics, mathematical economics, and macroeconomics.
Amr holds the degrees of BSc (Honours) in economics from Cairo University, MA (Distinction) in economics from the American University in Cairo, MSc (Distinction) in economics and econometrics and PhD in economics from the University of Exeter.
Amr has supervised and guided many MSc, MBA, MRes and PhD students throughout completion of their dissertation projects. He would be happy to hear from potential PhD students working on any areas of his research interest for supervision.
Algarhi, A. S. & Tziamalis, A. (2021). Does the UK economy grow faster under a Conservative or Labour government?. Economics and Business Letter, 10(2), 95-101. https://doi.org/10.17811/ebl.10.2.2021.95-101
Oyebowale, A. Y. & Algarhi, A. S. (2020). Macroeconomic determinants of economic growth in Africa. International Review of Applied Economics, 34(6), 839-857. https://doi.org/10.1080/02692171.2020.1792422
Algarhi, A. S. (2020). Hyperwage gap. In A. Tziamalis (Ed.) Business Economics (3rd ed., pp.22-27). Harlow, Essex: Pearson Education Ltd.
Module leader for
• applied econometrics (year 3/4)
• econometrics for business and economics (year 3/4)
• introduction to econometrics (year 2)
• maths for economics (year 1)
Amr also teaches alternative perspectives in economics (year 2)