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I am a PhD candidate in Economics at Ryerson University. My background is Economics and I have a master degree in Analytical methods and Econometrics (Pure Economics). I am familiar with softwares such as Stata, Eviews and Microfit and I use Python, R or Matlab for programming.
2018-present Ph.D. Candidate, Economics, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada
Visiting Scholar, Center for Complex Networks and Systems Research, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA
2008-2011 M.A., Economics, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran
Title of thesis: “The Effect of Corruption on Volume of Trade of Selected Countries in the Middle East and Latin America”
2004-2008 B.A., Economics, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran
HONORS AND AWARDS
Ryerson Graduate Scholarship, Ryerson University, Canada
Visiting Scholar Scholarship, Iran's Ministry of Science Research and Technology
Ranked 33 among total participants of national PhD entrance exam in Economics
Aug 2018- Present Research Assistant, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada
Sep 2014-Jul 2015 Research Assistant, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA
Feb 2020- Present
Software Advisor, Department of Economics, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada
Jun 2018- Aug 2018
Dealer, Central Bank of Iran, Tehran, Iran
Jul 2015-Feb 2018
Senior Economists, Foolad Technic International Engineering Company, Isfahan, Iran
Sep 2012- Feb 2018 Part-Time Lecturer, Ashrafi Institute for Higher Education, Isfahan, Iran
Sep 2013- Jun 2014 Market Research Analyst, Zarif Mosavar Holding, Isfahan, Iran
PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Askari, M., Shirazi, H. & Samani, K. A. (2018), “Dynamics of financial crises in the world trade network”, Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 501, 164-169
Shirazi, H., Azerbayjani, K. & Smeti, M. (2016), “The Effect of Economic Sanctions on Iran's Export”, Iranian Economic Review, 20 (1): 111-124.
Shirazi, H., Azerbayjani, K. & Smeti, M. (2016), “Study of Iran’s Position in the world trade: A network approach”, Journal of Economic Research (Tahghighat-e-Eghtesadi),50(4):881-902 (In Persian)
Shirazi, H. & Payoon, S. (2015), “The Effects of Inflation and Exchange Rate shocks on Tourism Growth in Iran”, Tourism and Development, 3(6):59-76.
Tayebi, S. K., Shirazi, H. & Sokhandani, N. (2015), “Bilateral S-Curve between Iran and her major trading partners”, Journal of Economic Research (Tahghighat-e-Eghtesadi), 50 (1): 147-167.
Renani, M., Shirazi, H. & Amro Abadi, S. B. (2014), “The Determinants of Iran’s Emigration Flows: An Application of the Dynamic Panel Data Approach”, Journal of Economic Research (Tahghighat-e-Eghtesadi), .49 (2): 337-362. (In Persian)
Azerbayjani, K., Shirazi, H., Kndelji, M. H., & Mardiha, S. (2014), “Ranking of Developing Countries based on the Well-being Index”, Economics and Regional Development, No7:28-50. (in Persian)
Shirazi, H. & Nasrollahi, Kh. (2013), “Monetary Models and Exchange Rate Forecast in Iran: From Theory to Empirical Evidences”, Quarterly Journal of Fiscal and Economic Policies, No 4: 1-20. (in Persian)
Akbarian, R. & Shirazi, H. (2012), “The Effect of Corruption on Trade Volume of Selected Countries in the Middle East and Latin America (2002-2008)”, Quarterly Journal of Quantitative Economics, 8(4): 29-46.
Azarbayjani, K., Shirazi, H. & N. Samiei. (2012), “The Effect of Corruption on Bilateral Trade of Selected Countries in the Middle East”, Journal of Economic Research (Tahghighat-e-Eghtesadi), 47(99):1-20. (In Persian)
Azarbayjani, K., Samiei, N. & Shirazi H. (2011), “The Effect of Institutions on Bilateral Trade of Selected Countries in the Middle East”, Iranian Economic Research, 15(45):1-23. (in Persian)
Akbarian, R & Shirazi, H. (2010), “CMP: A new instrument for liquidity management”, Biquarterly journal of Economics Essays (Jostaha-e-Eghtesadi), 13:129-144. (in Persian)
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