Dr Anne Paess
Lecturer in Economics
Plymouth Business School (Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business)
I am a theoretical economist specialising in Macroeconomics and Central Banking. I am multilingual.
In 2011-2012 I worked as a Leading Statistician at the Department of National, Financial, and Environmental Accounts at the National Statistical Institution in Estonia. I calculated the FISIM (Financial Intermediation Services Indirectly Measured) component of GDP and compiled Financial and Non-Financial Accounts for the financial sector of the economy. This experience fuelled my interest in the interconnectedness of monetary policy, the financial sector, and the macroeconomy.
2012-2021 PhD Economics, Swansea University
PhD thesis title: Essays on information, coordination, and monetary policy.
2010-2011 MSc Economics, University of Manchester
2007-2010 BA Economic and Social Studies (Hons), University of Manchester
Macroeconomics; Monetary economics and central banking; Game theory
STO001 Introduction to Academic Writing (Module Leader)
ECN1016 Principles of Macroeconomics and Data Analysis (Module Leader)
ECN1005 Contemporary Economics
ECN3020 Economics Project
ECN3019 Games and Strategy
ECN3022 Topics in Economics