Dr Daniel Tulloch | Research Associate | Sustainable Finance Programme
Daniel Tulloch is a Research Associate on the Sustainable Finance programme, Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. He specialises in finance, energy and environmental policy.
Prior to joining the Smith School, Daniel completed his PhD in finance at the University of Otago, New Zealand. The thesis examined the impact of risk factors and regulatory changes on the return profile of European energy utilities. In particular, focusing on the impact of privatisation, liberalisation, and environmental policy. Beyond his thesis, he also contributed to numerous papers regarding carbon, energy policy, sector restructuring, empirical finance and econometrics. He also holds an MSc (with distinction) in International Accounting and Financial Management from the University of East Anglia, Norwich.
Daniel regularly presents at energy and finance conferences in Europe and New Zealand, has reviewed for various energy journals, and has lecturing and tutoring experience across a wide range of papers.
Daniel has been ranked as an Outstanding Reviewer (2015) for Energy Policy, been awarded Best PhD Presentation (2014) from OERC Symposium, awarded the Alan MacGregor Prize (2014) from the Department of Accountancy & Finance (Otago), and been nominated for an Inclusiveness in Teaching Award (2013). Daniel has also been awarded numerous scholarships and seed grants during his postgraduate studies.
Personal Website: www.danieljtulloch.com
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