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Dr John Hunter
Senior Lecturer

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My career started as a researcher at Liverpool University. I then moved to Birkbeck College for my Masters and there worked with Ron Smith on my first article. After taking classes in Introductory Statistics, level I Economics and Level III Applied Economics at the LSE, I lectured at Southampton, Queen Mary College and Surrey before coming to Brunel. At the LSE I consulted with Sushil Wadhwani for HM Treasury. I have also worked for Oftel with Martin Cave and Chris Ioannidis, and Accenture, KPN Mobile and UCAS.

I have refereed for the ESRC project panel, and journals such as the EJ, Applied Econometrics, the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, the Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, the Journal of Productivity Analysis and the Energy Journal. In addition to Brunel I have working papers published at Cambridge, Louvain la Neuve and Surrey and as a student at the LSE.


  • BA Economics (Warwick)
  • MSc Economics (Birkbeck, London)
  • PhD Econometrics (London School of Economics)

Newest selected publications

Tabaghdehi, SAH. and Hunter, J. (2019) 'Long-run price behaviour in the gasoline market - The role of exogeneity'. Journal of Business Research, 116. pp. 620 - 627. ISSN: 0148-2963 Open Access Link

Journal article

Hunter, J., Burke, SP. and Canepa, A. (2017) 'Multivariate Modelling of Non-stationary Economic Time Series'. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISSN 10: 1-137-31303-X ISSN 13: 978-1-137-31303-4


Hunter, J. and Tabaghdehi, S. (2014) 'Extracting long-run information from energy prices: The role of exogeneity'. SSRN Electronic Journal.Open Access Link

Journal article

Hunter, J. and Menla Ali, F. (2014) 'Money demand instability and real exchange rate persistence in the monetary model of USD-JPY exchange rate'. Economic Modelling, 40. pp. 42 - 51. ISSN: 0264-9993 Open Access Link

Journal article

Caporale, GM., Hunter, J. and Menla Ali, F. (2014) 'On the linkages between stock prices and exchange rates: evidence from the banking crisis of 2007-2010'. International Review of Financial Analysis, 33. pp. 87 - 103. ISSN: 1057-5219 Open Access Link

Journal article
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