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Dr Samuele Bibi

Lecturer

Department: Newcastle Business School

Dr Samuele Bibi joined the Northumbria University Business School in 2021 where he is an Assistant Professor of Economics, with main interest in Macroeconomics. He has previously lectured economics in Goldsmiths University (UK), Universidad de Piura and Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola, (Peru).
Beyond his teaching experience in different institutions in UK, he worked as an economist in both international and governmental institutions such as the FAO-Food and Agricultural Organization (United Nations), Peru and the Department of Health, UK.

He obtained his European PhD from the University of Trento, Italy and Leeds University, UK where he was a visiting researcher. He has a PGCE from Greenwich University, a MSc in Economic Sciences from Roma Tre University, Italy, a second level MSc in Cooperation and Development from IUSS-School for Advanced Studies, Italy and a BSc in Business Economics from Perugia University.

His research is focused on heterodox Post-Keynesian macroeconomics and development economics, particularly of Latin American countries. 

He has published articles in multiple international academic journals such as the Cambridge Journal of Economics and the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics.

He is part of the Scientific Committee of CSEPI-Centro Studi Economici per il Pieno Impiego (Economic Studies Center for Full Employment), of the PKES-Post-Keynesian Economics Society and of Reteaching Economics.

 

Samuele Bibi

His research is focused on agent-based economics, endogenous cycle theory, heterodox Post-Keynesian macroeconomics, in addition to development economics particularly of Latin American countries. 

He has published articles in multiple international academic journals such as the Cambridge Journal of Economics and the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics.

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Catástrofe o revolución, Brancaccio, E., Bibi, S. 15 Sep 2022, In: Soft Power
  • Anti-Blanchard: Un enfoque comparativo para el estudio de la macroeconomía, Bibi, S., Brancaccio, E. 1 Jun 2021
  • The stabilizing role of the government in a dynamic distribution growth model, Bibi, S. 2021, In: Journal of Post Keynesian Economics
  • Keynes, Kalecki and Metzler in a dynamic distribution model, Bibi, S. 1 Jan 2020, In: Cambridge Journal of Economics
  • The anti-blanchard model and structural change in Latin America: An analysis of Chile, Argentina and Mexico, Bibi, S. 1 Jun 2020, In: Cuadernos de Economia (Colombia)
  • Wynne Godley and Marc Lavoie, Monetary Economics: An Integrated Approach to Credit, Money, Income, Production and Wealth. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2e 2012, Bibi, S. Mar 2017, In: Economic Issues

  • Education PGCE July 01 2020
  • Economics PhD April 30 2019
  • Economics MSc February 28 2012
  • Economics MSc August 30 2009
  • Economics BSc August 30 2007


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