Professor Andrew Mullineux

Professor Andrew Mullineux

The Department of Finance
Professor of Financial Economics

Contact details

Address
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

Andy Mullineux is Professor of Financial Economics and was Head of the Department of Finance in Birmingham Business School from July 2015 to the end of 2017. He was at the University of Birmingham from 1980 to March 2013 (spending 1998/9 in Cardiff Business School, University of Cardiff). Andy joined the Business School at Bournemouth University as Deputy Dean of Research in April 2013, leading its REF submission. He re-joined Birmingham Business School in July 2015 as Head of the Department of Finance.

Andy was a seminal Deputy Director of CHASM (Centre on Household Asset and Savings Management) through to April 2013 and served as the inaugural (interim) Director of the Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Responsible Business from its inception in January 2017 through to August 2017. Andy’s main research interests are: the regulation and governance of banks; responsible banking and finance; access to finance for households and micro, small and medium-sized enterprises; financial sector development; business cycles and financial crises; and the digitisation of money and banking.

Qualifications

  • PhD on Business Cycle Modelling, CNAA, 1983.
  • MSc in Econometrics, LSE, 1975.
  • BSc (Hons) in Economics, 1st Class, University of Liverpool, 1973.

Biography

Andy became Professor of Money, Banking and Finance in the Department of Economics in the School of Social Sciences in 1997, where he served as Director of the MSc and BSc Money, Banking and Finance programmes.

Andy became Deputy Head of the School of Social Sciences (Resources) in 1996 and served as Head of School between 1997 and 2000. Andy joined the Business School as Professor of Global Finance and Director of the MBA Global Finance programme in May 2001, before serving as Director of the Finance Research Group and Finance Research Director in the Department of Accounting and Finance.

Teaching

MBA Global Banking and Finance (‘International Banking Regulation and Supervision’ and 'Contemporary Topics in Banking and Finance’).

Postgraduate supervision

  • Access to Finance
  • Financial Sector Development
  • Business Cycles and Financial Crises
  • Bank Regulation, Governance and Taxation
  • Monetary Policy

Research

Bank taxation, regulation and supervision; financial sector development; micro and SME financing; monetary policy and business cycles.

Other activities

  • Committee member of the Money, Macro and Finance Research Group (MMF)
  • Member of the GdRE Money, Banking and Finance (France)