Simeon Coleman

Simeon joined Loughborough University in January 2014 as a Lecturer in Macroeconomics. He previously worked as a Research Intern on “Long term growth in the Franc zone” at the United Nations University (WIDER) in Helsinki, and at the University of Leicester as a Teaching Fellow, and at Nottingham Trent University as a Lecturer in Economics and Finance. 

Content by Simeon Coleman
  • Project

    Regional Analysis of Inflation Dynamics in Ghana: Persistence, Causes and Policy Implications

    Welfare implications of aggregate inflation are fairly well-documented in the literature and are also fairly intuitive. However, the potential welfare losses that can be attributed to inflation (and persistence of inflation) in sectors that can be considered to be core/necessities are, arguably, likely to be higher, for example, food and fuel. At the same time, keeping...

    1 Feb 2014 | Paul Alagidede, Simeon Coleman, George Adu