Robert Smith

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Research data science support and courses:

Introduction to Twitter data harvesting and analysis with R (Fall 2022), supplemented by DataCamp's intuitive and interactive classroom offering PhD researchers to provide API .


Mathematics for Economists I, Linear Algebra and Matrices (Fall of 2018 - fall 2021)

Statistics I, (Fall of 2020)

Mathematics for Economists II, Calculus (Spring of 2021-2022)

Introduction to data and data analysis (2018-2022), supplemented by DataCamp's intuitive and interactive classroom offering to students from all semesters to develop their technical data analytical skills.

Research profile

Research areas include:

  • Sector balance analysis of Scandinavian economies
  • Micro-data analysis of regional graduate rellocation in Denmark 2007 - 2016
  • Micro-data analysis: Estimating the impact of shifting composition of household mortgage debt on aggregate disposable income in Denmark. 2003 - 2017
  • A stock-flow consistent model: A simple model of the Danish mortgage and covered bond markets - growing fragility in the household sector.

Education/Academic qualification

Economics, PhD, Essays on macroeconomic interactions of sectoral balance sheets

1 Nov 201629 Feb 2020

Award Date: 1 Jul 2020

Financial markets, Master of Commerce, Sources of change in the money stock, Rhodes University

Award Date: 10 Apr 2015


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