Jan Podivinsky is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Southampton. He is currently Director of Internationalisation for the School of Economic, Social and Political Sciences.
- Applied econometrics
- Financial econometrics
- Empirical finance
Modelling the impact of changes in public and household debt upon economic growth
Current and recent teaching includes:
ECON3015 Principles of Finance
ECON3031 Applied Econometrics
ECON6043 Financial Econometrics
Jan Podivinsky is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Southampton. He is currently Director of Internationalisation in the School of Economic, Social and Political Sciences.
His previous roles include Head of the Department of Economics, Director of International Partnerships in the School of Social Sciences, Director of Postgraduate Programmes in Social Sciences, and Deputy Director (later Director) of Southampton’s ESRC Doctoral Training Centre.
He was educated at the London School of Economics (BSc(Econ), MSc) before completing his PhD at the University of Southampton. His research, teaching and supervisory interests cover all areas of econometrics, including applied econometrics, financial econometrics and empirical finance. He has published in journals such as Econometric Reviews, the Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, Economics Letters, and the Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.
A native of New Zealand, he has held visiting appointments at Monash and Melbourne Universities, and has also taught in China, Denmark and Nigeria. He has over 15 years’ involvement in establishing and nurturing international student partnerships for the Department of Economics.