Dr. Deniz Sevinc

Dr. Deniz Sevinc

The Department of Strategy and International Business
Research Fellow

Contact details

Address
City REDI
Birmingham Business School
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT

Deniz is a micro development economist with a focus on development economics, population economics and regional economic development. Her PhD investigated multidimensional interdependencies among European countries and dynamics of poverty and inequality both in the UK and Europe. Recent research has focused on trends in multidimensional poverty and its societal impacts, distributional effects of interdependencies among European countries, skills gap in regional labour markets, health outcomes and public participation methods.

Her most recent study 'A person centric approach to understanding the contribution of socio-economic position to health inequalities' undertakes a renewed focus on the relationship between diversity, household income and poor health in deprived areas and focuses on the impact that diversity and socio-economic conditions have on health outcomes.

Qualifications

PhD in Economics, 2017

University of Leicester, Department of Economics

‘Essays on Modelling Inequality and Interdependencies’

Teaching

Currently no teaching obligations.

Past teaching involves:

Department of Economics, University of Leicester

  • Microeconomics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Intermediate Microeconomics
  • Managerial Economics
  • Econometrics
  • Applying Maths to Economics

My main role involved the delivery of tutorials, either in the form of seminars or computer classes, in a wide range of topics in economics. Additionally, I marked assignments, invigilated, and assessed dissertation presentations for undergraduate students.

Postgraduate supervision

I am willing to supervise students in the aspects of development economics and regional economic development. 

Research

Core Subject Area - Economics

Research Interests - Applied Econometrics

  • Development: Regional development, multidimensional poverty, inequality, diversity
  • Health:  Access to medical/dental services, health inequalities, subjective wellbeing
  • Labour: Training, skills gap in urban areas
  • Public Economics: Effects of benefits-in-kind on inequality, public participation in local government
  • Econometrics: General cross-section and Panel Data Models, Panel/Global Vector Autoregressive Models

She has been involved in a range of collaborative research networks and projects, most recently:

Other activities

Member of the Econometric Society, Canadian Economic Association
Royal Economic Society, Regional Studies
Association and European Society for Population Economics