Dr Lovleen Kushwah
- Senior Lecturer (Economics)
Lovleen joined Economics at the Adam Smith Business School in August 2015. She holds a BA (Honours) degree in Mathematics from the University of Delhi, and a MA degree in Economics from Delhi School of Economics. She later moved to Spain to pursue PhD in Economics at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Prior to joining academia, she was working as a risk manager for HSBC and GE Money.
Lovleen is a member of the Macroeconomics research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- Inner feedback and self-regulating learning
- Macroeconomics (Sovereign debt, International Finance)
- Mental wellbeing
- Peer support Student experience and graduate skills
- Learning and Teaching Development Fund, University of Glasgow, 2019
- PIF Scholarship, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2009–2015
- Mobility Grant, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2014 National Scholarships Scheme for Mathematics, All India CBSE, 1998-1999
- International Economics
- International Finance
University of Glasgow
- Lecturer in Economics Undergraduate Honours Coordinator
- Undergraduate Dissertation Convenor Complaints and Academic Integrity officer Senior Adviser of Studies, College and School
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
- Lecturer for Introductory Mathematics, Master in Economic Development and Growth.
- Teaching Assistant for undergraduate courses Dynamic Macroeconomics, Monetary and Financial Macroeconomics and Principles of Economics. Other Other positions held: HSBC North America Holdings, (2007 – 2009); GE Money (2006 – 2007).