|Education||Cambridge University, United Kingdom|
|Employer||University of Oxford|
|Known for||Being an Entrepreneur|
Professor Mthuli Ncube is a Zimbabwean entrepreneur and academic.
He is married to an engineer and they have 4 children.
Mthuli Ncube, holds a PhD in Mathematical Finance from Cambridge University in United Kingdom.
He was a Lecturer in Finance at the London School of Economics, UK. Before joining the Africa Development Bank where he served as President and Chief Economic, he was the Dean of the Faculty of Commerce Law and Management, and also Director and Professor of Finance at Wits Business School, all at University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa. He has extensive experience as an investment banker and as a regulator, having served as a Board member of the South African Financial Services Board (FSB), which regulates non-bank financial institutions. He also served as Chairman of the National Small Business Advisory Council (NSBAC) in South Africa.
For the last 20 years, he has been devoted to economic research on Africa with the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC). He is now Chairman of the Board of AERC.
Mthuli Ncube is currently a Professor of Public Policy at Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford, where he teaches and researches in the areas on macroeconomics, finance, development economics, political economy, and health economics.
Ncube has published extensively papers, articles and books in the area of finance and economics and received several awards. Some of his books include;
- Mathematical Finance
- Financial Systems and Monetary Policy in Africa
- Development Dynamics, among others.
His papers have appeared in Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of African Economies, Mathematical Finance, Applied Financial Economics, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, among others. Some of the reports he has led have been cited in The Economist, Wall Street Journal, and Financial Times, among other newspapers.
He was nominated Chairman of the Global Agenda Council of the World Economic Forum on “Poverty and Economic Development in 2010/2011 and Deputy Chairman in 2011/2012.
- His interests are in golf, reading and painting.
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