Peer Nagy

(Economics 2018)


peer nagy

My research interests include macroeconomic modelling, time-series econometrics, interactions between financial markets and the macroeconomy, and computational methods, including machine learning.


Before commencing the MPhil in Economics at the University of Oxford I completed an undergraduate degree in Economics and Philosophy at the University of St Andrews, focusing on Logic and the Philosophy of Science on the part of the Philosophy component. There I also completed a research assistantship working on a competition policy project on cartel harm and was part of a student research group working on computational economic simulation methods using python. I was also awarded the Principal’s Scholarship for Academic Excellence as one of the 50 best performing students across the whole university.