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Dr Paulo Regis PhD (Economics), BSc (Economics), FHEA

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Paulo Regis joined the Southampton Business School in Sept 2019 as an Associate Professor of the department of Banking and Finance, where he lectures in the subject areas of Quantitative Finance and Advanced Time Series Analysis. Previously he held academic position (Associate Professor) at Xi'an-Jiaotong Liverpool University (XJTLU). He joined XJTLU in 2008, soon after obtaining his PhD from the University of Nottingham (UK), and contributed to the development of its research activities, as well as leading the design of the undergraduate and graduate programmes in Economics.

Paulo’s research interests include Financial Development, International Economics and the Chinese Economy, such as the study of macro-prudential policy, systemic risk, access to finance, innovation and economic integration. He is interested in supervising PhD students in any of these areas.

Paulo has published in the Journal of Financial Intermediation, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, International Journal of Finance and Economics, Economics Letters, Review of International Economics, among others.

Research interests

My main interest is in Financial Development. Macroprudential policy has increasingly become part of the regulatory and supervisory framework of monetary authorities. The analysis of this new type of banking regulation provides new tools to understand systemic risk of the banking sector. Likewise, I have also done research in access to finance of SMEs in China. Financial services and, in particular, the availability of credit, are crucial for the efficient realization of a firm’s investment possibilities, affecting the generation of employment and sustained growth of firms.

A second important area of research is International Trade and Development. Building on the idea of product space, a simulation model connecting the Schumpeterian idea of technological regimes with the notion of product relatedness may provide insights of analysis of product specialization as a model of development. In addition, I am carrying out work in economic integration in the Asia and Pacific Region.

I have also done research in Public Finance (looking at fiscal decentralization and tax competition) and infrastructure investment (High speed trains in China, in particular).

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Dr Paulo Regis
Southampton Business School, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1BJ, UK

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