Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Economics
Faculty of the Professions
Welcome to my webpage. I am a PhD candidate at the University of Adelaide. My research interest focuses on the area of development economics, applied econometrics, and international economics. Currently I am working on the impact of policy shocks on the economic outcomes of developing countries.
- Applied Econometrics
- Development Economics
- Empirical international trade
- Political Economy
Date Position Institution name 2016 University Tutor University of Adelaide
Date Institution name Country Title 2011 - 2013 University of Copenhagen Denmark MSc in economics (Finance) 2009 - 2011 Addis Ababa University Ethiopia MSc in economics (Economic policy) 2004 - 2007 Bahir Dar University Ethiopia BA in economics
Year Citation 2017 Ambaw, D. T., & Nicholas Sim. (2017). Is inflation targeting or the fixed exchange rate more effective for attracting FDI into developing countries?. Applied Economics Letters.
Year Citation 2015 Ambaw, D. T., & Dan Knudsen. (2015). Formulating a fiscal reaction function for ADAM. Denmark Statistics. 2014 Ambaw, D. T. (2014). Collecting inspiration to develop a fiscal reaction rule for ADAM. Denmark Statistics.
2015-present: Adelaide Scholarship International (ASI)
2011-2013: Danish Government Scholarship
Teaching assistant (Tutor) for:
2018-Semester 2:ECON 2504 - Intermediate Econometrics II (Lecturer: Dr Patricia Sourdin ); ECON 7200 - Economic Principles (M) (Dr. Florian Ploeckl)
2018-Semester 1:ECON 2504 - Intermediate Econometrics II (Lecturer: Dr Nadya Baryshnikova )
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