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Larisa Yarovaya

Larisa Yarovaya

Lecturer in Accounting and Finance, Anglia Ruskin University

I am a financial philosopher, university lecturer, and researcher working on a variety of projects in the area of international finance and business. In my academic papers, I explore the information transmission mechanism across various financial markets, i.e. commodities, financial futures, stocks etc.

I believe that knowledge of Finance has to be accessible for everyone to enhance the understanding of one of the major aspects of life that impacts on all individuals in our society. My research on global market interconnectedness aims to contribute to creation of a world of more equal economic development – I believe that the gap between emerging and developed countries has to be reduced for the benefit of all.

I have a PhD in Accounting and Finance, M.S. in Management, and BA(Hons) in Finance and Investment Management. My research has been published in high-impact academic journals, and I regularly act as a reviewer.

Dumb Money really does show how the little guys won against Wall Street – a 'meme stock mania' expert explains

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How Islamic financial markets are a safe haven in conventional market crises

Oct 23, 2017 01:52 am UTC| Insights & Views Economy

Islamic finance is enjoying a surge in popularity, with 14% annual growth in recent years. And the interest in sharia-compliant stocks and bonds is growing across the non-Muslim as well as Muslim world. My recent...

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Politics

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