Hormoz Ramian was part of the Imperial College London Student Investment Fund team from 2018-2020.
Awards & honours
- Presidential Scholarship, Imperial College London, 2016-2020
- Winner, Imperial College London Best Graduate Teaching (University-wide Award), 2018
- Imperial College London, Best Graduate Teaching Nominations, 2017, 2018, 2019
- Dean’s List Award, Imperial College, Business School, 2015
Macroeconomics and finance; asset pricing; banking and financial regulation. Hormoz’s research studies how joint macroeconomic policies provide welfare gains to society. Understanding the interdependencies among regulatory policies remains an open area of research with welfare implications. Conflicting effects among policies may lead to over-regulation and disruptions in the credit flow to the real economy. Alternatively, policies decided in isolation may lead to under-regulation, heightened default risk with possibly failures with socially undesirable outcomes. Hormoz’s research agenda is focused on providing a framework to understand policy interdependencies and show how a comprehensive financial regulation collectively advances the efficiency of the financial system.
Hormoz Ramian is a member of the Finance subject group.