Shulin Deng is a Teaching Fellow in Banking and Finance at King’s Business School. She received a PhD degree in Economics and MSc in Money, Banking and Finance from the University of Birmingham.
Before joining King’s in 2021, she was a teaching-intensive lecturer in Economics at the University of Reading. Shulin Deng has substantial experience in teaching and supervising a variety of Economics and Finance modules for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. She also holds the Financial Risk Manager (FRM) qualification and is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA).
Shulin Deng’s research interests lie in the areas of Household Finance and Labour Economics. Her research is broadly in applying econometric analysis to understand the links between finance and public retirement policy, the housing market and health economics, within the field of International Economics.
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