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Dr Amr Algarhi

Lecturer In Business Economics


Dr Amr Algarhi, BSc, MA, MSc, PhD, FHEA

Senior Lecturer in Economics



Dr Algarhi holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Exeter. He joined Sheffield Hallam University in 2014, and is currently a Senior Lecturer in Economics and the Course Leader of the BSc (Hons) Economics programme at Sheffield Business School.

Dr Algarhi is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA). His main teaching areas are econometrics, time series analysis, statistics, mathematical economics and macroeconomics. He is also a keen researcher, and his main research interest is econometric theory, time series analysis, semiparametric inference, financial econometrics, macroeconomics, monetary economics, energy economics and international trade.

To learn more about Dr Algarhi’s teaching and research profile, please follow the links below or visit his personal website: www.algarhi.com



Dr Algarhi is a Senior Lecturer in Economics, and the Course Leader of the BSc (Hons) Economics programme at Sheffield Business School in Sheffield Hallam University.

Dr Algarhi undertook his undergraduate work in Faculty of Economics and Political Science at Cairo University in Egypt. He holds the degrees of MA (distinction) in Economics from the American University in Cairo and MSc (distinction) in Economics and Econometrics from the University of Exeter, where he also obtained his PhD in Economics on ‘Long Memory Time Series and Fractional Cointegration Analysis’. His main areas of research interest include: Econometric theory; time series analysis; semiparametric inference; financial econometrics; macroeconomics; monetary economics; energy economics and international economics. He is also a reviewer for Eurasian Economic Review, Springer.

Dr Algarhi is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) and he taught Economics for over ten years. His main teaching areas are in econometrics, time series analysis, statistics, mathematical economics and macroeconomics.  Prior to joining Sheffield Hallam University, Dr Algarhi taught at University of Exeter: Econometrics, statistics and mathematical economics at undergraduate level and quantitative methods of finance at graduate level. He is currently leading and teaching three modules at Sheffield Hallam University: ‘Advanced Topics in Macroeconomics’ and ‘Econometrics for Business and Economics’ for final year undergraduate students, and ‘Maths for Economics’ for first year undergraduate students.

Dr Algarhi has supervised and guided many MSc, MBA and MRes students throughout completion of their dissertation projects. He would be happy to hear from potential PhD students working on any areas of his research interest for supervision.

  • About


    • 2015: Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA), Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
    • 2013: PhD Economics, University of Exeter
    • 2008: Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Programme, University of Bristol
    • 2007: MSc (distinction) Economics and Econometrics, University of Exeter
    • 2006: MA (distinction) Economics, American University in Cairo
    • 2003: BSc Economics, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, Egypt, Egypt

    Lecturer in Business Economics

  • Teaching

    Department of Management

    Sheffield Business School

    International Business

  • Publications

    Journal article: Algarhi, A. (2015), 'Local Whittle estimation in stationary systems: Evidence from US and Canada inflation"', Ozean Journal of Applied Science, vol 6, no 2, pp. 45-54

    Journal article: Algarhi, A. (2015), 'Long memory in the Egyptian stock market returns', International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, vol 110, pp. 27-46

    Journal article: Algarhi, A. (2015), 'Oil and Economic growth in Egypt', Assadissa, Institut des Finances Basil Fuleihan, pp. 107-134

    Journal article: ALGARHI, A. (2014), 'The interactions between monetary and fiscal policy rule', Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, vol 29, pp. 5-15

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