I joined Brunel in December 2019. My research interests are in applied microeconomic theory. Recently, my research has focussed on various issues in taxation and tax administration. I am a Research Fellow at the Tax Administration Research Centre and a member of CESifo Research Network. Before Brunel I held positions at Durham, Reading, and Exeter. My previous academic career was in theoretical physics.
PhD Economics (Cornell, 2003), MA Economics (Cornell, 2002), MA Economics (Miami University, 1998), Cand.Phys.Math.Sci (USSR/Baku, 1990), MPhys (USSR/Baku, 1985)
Director of Research, Department of Economics and Finance
Newest selected publications
Hashimzade, N. (2020) 'Endogenous preferences for parenting and macroeconomic outcomes'. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 172. pp. 267 - 279. ISSN: 0167-2681 Open Access Link
Vershinina, N., Markman, G., Han, L., Rogers, P., Kitching, J., Hashimzade, N. and (2020) 'Gendered regulations and SME performance in transition economies'. Small Business Economics: an international journal. ISSN: 0921-898X Open Access Linket al.
Hashimzade, N. (2018) 'On the solution of the variational optimisation in the rationalinattention framework'. ArXiV, 2. pp. 1 - 19. ISSN: 2331-8422 Open Access Link
Giusta, MD., Hashimzade, N. and Myles, GD. (2017) 'Schooling and the Intergenerational Transmission of Values'. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 19 (1). pp. 1 - 17. ISSN: 1097-3923