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Dr Mamad Pourhosseini

Adjunct Associate Professor

Dr Mamad Pourhosseini

Dr Mamad Pourhosseini

Biography Mamad is a Adjunct Associate Professor of Economics and Finance at Richmond. He joined Richmond in September 2007 and teaches Country Risk Analysis, Macroeconomics, Money and Banking, and Principles of Investment. Mamad graduated with first class Honours in economics from Pahlavi University in Shiraz. At postgraduate level he studied Economics at Birmingham University and won the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce prize for the best Masters’ student. Following the completion of his PhD in Economics, he worked for the Treasury in Papua New Guinea, later becoming the Economic Advisor to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minster for Finance. He later joined the PNG Commission for Higher Education and participated in the Commonwealth Secretariat meeting in Apia Western Samoa and Bangalore (India). In 1989 he joined the United Nations Development Programme, first as a Project Manager and later as the team leader of a group of 10 international advisers providing advisory services for the implementation of the first Structural Adjustment Programme  in the Pacific Rim and finally as the UNDP Chief Technical Advisor. In 1993 Mamad was appointed the Chief Technical Adviser of the Manila Office based on employment policy of the International Labour Organisation (ILO). In 1994 he was the ILO Mission member of the UN Inter-Agency Mission to Bougainville assisting the preparation of a comprehensive plan for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of the island. Following the completion of this project he became a freelance consultant.


Faculty Research

Publications (in the past 5 years, most recent first)

  • 2013 Commissioned report: BP automotive Lubricant consumption, report produced for Research Solutions Ltd, Castrol report 6.
  • 2011 Commissioned report : Frigoglass(Istanbul) Lean Manufacturing process improvement project on adopting Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution, Frigoglass report 1- 2011
  • 2011 Commissioned report : Frigoglass( Timisoara) Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution in Romania, Frigoglass report 2- 2011
  • 2011 Commissioned report : Frigoglass( Orel) Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution in Russia , Frigoglass report 3- 2011
  • 2010 M.Pourhosseini, A comparative analysis of JDeveloper & SAP’s NetWeaver, Working paper, CISM No 20091
  • 2008 Pourhosseini, M., Vardakas, A, Al-Salloum, Z Rainer, B. Incidence of computer security in 2008, report to IPICS . . Intensive programme on information and Computer security, Report E. Regensburg, Germany.

Excerpt from Research

Richmond American International University in London

  • ECN 4005- Introduction to Microeconomics
  • ECN 4010- Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • INB 6200- Country Risk Analysis
  • MGT 305-Information Systems in Management
  • MGT 5205-Research Methods
  • FNN 5205- Principles of Investment
  • FNN 6200-Money & Banking

University of Greenwich- Dept of International Business & Economics

  • BUSI 1358 – International Business Issues-tutor
  • BUSI 1263- Professional Practice in International Business and Economics – tutor
  • BUSI 1264- Foundation of scholarship & Research-tutor
  • ECON1033-Economics of Finance & Investment-course leader •
  • ECON1044-Project -tutor •
  • ECON 1075- Financial Market and Institutions- tutor
  • ECON1083- Global Macroeconomics-tutor
  • ECON 1094- Statistical methods for Finance-course leader
  • ECON1096-Applied Modelling & Data Analysis-course leader
  • ECON 1099- Business Economics and Strategies-course leader
  • ECON 1100- Economic Analysis of business Performance-course leader
  • ECON 1112- Economics for Finance and Investment Analysis-tutor
  • ECON 1116- Applied Econometrics-course leader

Get in touch

I teach on:
Richmond American International University in London
ECN 4005- Introduction to Microeconomics
ECN 4010- Introduction to Macroeconomics
INB 6200- Country Risk Analysis
MGT 305-Information Systems in Management
MGT 5205-Research Methods
FNN 5205- Principles of Investment
FNN 6200-Money & Banking


Some of the courses I teach:
ECN 5210 – Intermediate Macroeconomics
FNN 6200 – Money and Banking
FNN 5205 – Principles of Investment
INB 6200 – Country Risk Analysis


Research Clusters:
Wellbeing


Research Interest & Expertise:
Wellbeing