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Megan (Meg) Sullivan

Economics Tutor


Meg holds a BSc in Economics and Econometrics and a MSc in Economics, both from the University of Reading. She is about to enter the write-up period for her PhD at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.

Meg's most recent employment within higher education has been at Birkbeck, University of London. It is an evening university and she has taught the tutorials for Introduction to Economics to 1st year Undergraduates. In addition to this, she has taught Mathematics for Business to students on the foundation programme.

Meg's research area is applied macroeconomics. More specifically, her research focuses on monetary policy frameworks within emerging and developing countries. In layman’s terms, this means she cares about what tools countries have available to operate monetary policy and how other factors (e.g. political arrangement, trade networks etc.) affect their monetary policy framework choice.

Outside of academia, Meg is an avid table-tennis player. She played at county level (Kent) when she was teenager and now, as an adult, she plays in the local competitive leagues.