Dr Seyedeh Asieh H. Tabaghdehi

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Position: Senior Lecturer
Email: hosseinits@regents.ac.uk
Faculty: Business & Management
Programme/s: MSc Finance MSc Oil & Gas Trade Management

Professional Biography

Dr Seyedeh Asieh H. Tabaghdehi earned her Ph.D. in Economics and Finance from Brunel University London. She teaches economics, econometrics and finance at Regents University London. Her areas of research include time-series analysis, modeling non-stationary time series, cointegration and exogeneity, market structure and competition analysis, price analysis and arbitrage. Dr Tabaghdehi has been invited to several international conferences and professional seminar series to present her research work. She also teaches energy trading and risk management to international executive team of energy and finance. Her latest publication is on the Extracting Long-run Information from Energy Prices. Dr Tabaghdehi is well experienced in supervising MSc students in Oil and Gas Trade Management and she is also supervising two doctorate students in the fields of economics, finance and management at London School of Commence, Cardiff Metropolitan University as an external expert. Dr Tabaghdehi is a Fellow member of the Higher Education Academy, associate member of Energy Risk Professional (ERP), member of Westminster Energy Forum (WEF), and senior member of Regents Centre of Banking and Finance.

 

Qualifications

  • PhD Economics& Finance, Brunel University London, UK, 2009-2014
  • MSc International Money, Finance & Investment, Brunel University London, UK, 2007-2008        
  • BA Theoretical Economics, University of Mazandaran, Iran, 2000-2004
  • PGCHE: Postgraduate Certificate of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Regents University London, UK HEA, 2015-2016. 

Relevant Past Employment

  • 2014- Present: Regent’s University London, Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Finance
  • 2016-: University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, Visiting Lecturer
  • 2015-Present: Cardiff Metropolitan University, PhD Supervisor
  • 2009- 2014: Brunel University London& LBIC, lecturer
  • 2008- 2009: London College of Commerce, Lecturer
  • 2005- 2008: Arya Business & Commerce Centre, Financial Analyst
  • 2009- 2014:Brunel University London & LBIC, lecturer

Professional Affiliation(s)/Accreditation

  • ERP: Associate member of Energy Risk Professional by GARP.
  • WEF: Member of the Westminster Energy Forum, UK.
  • CBF: Member of Centre of Banking and Finance at Regents University London, UK.
  • FHEA: Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.

Teaching & Course Development

Dr Tabaghdehi teaches Oil & Gas trading and Risk Management, Quantitative Finance, and Quantitative Methods and Research Methods, to undergraduate and postgraduate students at Regent’s University London. She previously taught quantitative methods, and Financial Theory and cooperates policy and financial modeling at Brunel University London.

Research Supervision

Dr Tabaghdehi is well experienced in supervising MSc students in Oil and Gas Trade Management and she is also supervising two doctorate students in the fields of economics, finance and management at London School of Commence, Cardiff Metropolitan University as an external expert.

Examining

Undergraduate and postgraduate students in the area of economics, econometrics, risk management and finance.

Research Interests

Her areas of research include time-series analysis, modeling non-stationary time series, cointegration and exogeneity, market structure and competition analysis, price analysis and arbitrage.

Publications

  • S.A.Tabaghdehi,“ Energy price uncertainty and market collusion: Disequilibrium Regime Switching Model”, working paper at Regents University London, 2016
  • S.A.Tabaghdehi and J. Hunter, “Testing market definition from regional US gasoline prices”, submitted to journal of Empirical Economics, 2016
  • S.A.Tabaghdehi and J. Hunter, “Extracting long-run information from energy prices- The role of exogeneity”, submitted to Journal of Policy modelling, 2016
  • S.A.Tabaghdehi, “ The impact of oil price shock in stock market performance- Event Studying Analysis: Case Study of UK and US”, working paper, 2016
  • “Extracting long-run information from energy prices- The role of exogeneity”- S.A.Tabaghdehi and J. Hunter, working paper at Brunel university, 2013
  • “Cointegration and US Regional Gasoline Prices: Testing market efficiency from the stationarity of price proportions”- S.A.Tabaghdehi and J. Hunter, working paper at Brunel university- 2013.

Other Outputs

Dr Tabaghdehi teaches energy trading and risk management to international executive team of energy and finance., she also design the following modules at Regents University London:

  • Research Methods- MSc Oil & Gas Trade Management programme
  • Analytical Tools and Techniques for Business- undergraduate finance programme
  • Quantitative analysis for Finance and Investment- undergraduate finance programme
  • Teach and consultancy

Conference Papers Given

  • Managing director of “International Academic Conference on ‘Economics, Finance and Energy: Which Challenges in the Current Geopolitical Framework?” at Regents University London. (2016)
  • Managing director of Regents Finance and Wealth Management Forum at Regents University London. (2016)
  • “Cointegration, Exogeneity and Isolating Long-run Price behaviour”, S.A.Tabaghdehi and J. Hunter, presented at XVI Applied Economics Meeting at the University of Granada, Spain, June 2013
  • “Cointegration and US Regional Gasoline Prices: Testing market efficiency from the stationarity of price proportions”, S.A.Tabaghdehi and J. Hunter, presented at the Micro-econometrics and Public Policy Conference at the National University of Ireland, Galway, June 2012
    • Presented a poster on Energy Market Efficiency at Brunel University poster conference. (2012)
  • “ Energy Price uncertainty and market collusion: Disequilibrium Regime Switching Model” S.A.Tabaghdehi, presented at International      Academic Conference at Regents Centre of Banking and Finance, London, UK, April 2016.

Grants Awarded

Recently submitted ad-joint research project with Dr Ronald Slivka from New York University, Fulbright Grant.

Last updated: 08 December 2017