Dooruj Rambaccussing joined the University of Dundee in 2014, after spells at the Universities of East London and Exeter. Dooruj holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Exeter, where he wrote on asset pricing models and long memory in time series data. His experience includes being the programme director on a bespoke programme in Banking and Finance run in One Canada Square in London.
Dooruj enjoys researching the areas of Macroeconomics, Finance and Econometrics. His research has been published in leading international outlets such as Economic Inquiry and International Journal of Forecasting. His research has also featured in mainstream media such as The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, and The Independent.
Grants and External Funding
Dooruj has obtained grant funding (as principal investigator) from the following organisations:
- Scottish Institute for Research Economists
- Carnegie Trust
- Economic Futures
Areas of expertise
- Time Series Econometrics
- Markets and Governance
- Data Analytics
Dooruj currently teaches the following modules at the University of Dundee:
- Financial Economic Analysis
- Financial Institutions
He is also the undergraduate dissertations director and PhD seminar co-ordinator.
Modules Dooruj has previously taught on in other institutions include:
- Advanced Econometrics (undergraduate)
- Quantitative Methods for finance (postgraduate)
- Introduction to Econometrics (undergraduate)
- Econometrics and Statistics (undergraduate)
- Economics of Money and Banking (postgraduate)
- Portfolio and Investment Analysis (CFA)
- Financial Services in the Modern World (undergraduate)
- Financial Derivatives (CFA)