INCEIF today welcomes another Visiting Professor, Prof. Dr. Noureddine Krichene. Starting today, he will be teaching Islamic Capital Market to the Masters in Islamic Finance and PhD in Islamic Finance students.
Dr Noureddine was an Economist with the International Monetary Fund Economist from 1986 to 2009. From 2005 to 2007, he was an Advisor at the Islamic Development Bank in Saudi Arabia. He received his PhD in Economics from University of California, Los Angeles in 1980.
Prof. Dr. Noureddine Krichene
His areas of expertise are in macroeconomic policies, finance, and energy and water economics. He has published 25 working and research papers in Islamic economics and finance, exchange rate theory, monetary theory, finance, and energy and water economics. The topics covered included “Modelling stochastic volatility with application to stock returns”, “Deriving market expectations for the Euro-dollar exchange rate from option prices” and “The purchasing power parity in five East African countries”.
He has also co-authored a number of books including “The Stability of Islamic Finance”, 2010. Some of his recent publications included “Recent Dynamics of Oil Prices, Energy Economics”, 2008; “Monetary Policy and the Oil Shock”,2007; “Recent Inflationary Trends in Commodities Markets”, 2007; “An Oil Demand and Supply Model Incorporating Monetary Policy,” Energy, 2010; “Monetary policy and world commodity markets: 2000-2007,” PSL Quarterly Review, 2010; “The Impact of Monetary Policy on Oil Process Parameters and Market Expectations,” Global Finance Journal, July, 2010.
He also writes regularly for the Asian Times Online, an online daily, which focuses on economics, events and trends in the business and financial world.