Research

The Department of Economics consists of around 25 full-time faculty, 8 post docs and 50 PhD students. Our research covers a broad span in micro, macro, econometrics, labour, banking, finance, international and environmental economics as well as a number of interdisciplinary topics. A wide range of methods are employed, both theoretical and empirical. We aim to publish our research in leading economic journals, but also have a strong focus on policy relevance and disseminating our research results to the general public. See the area pages to further explore our research.

Key research areas

 

 Interdisciplinary research centres

CEEM

Centre for Environmental Economics
& Environmental Management

CEEM

CIG

Consortium innovation
& all inclusive growth

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CERISE

Centre for Russian, International
Socio-Political & Economic Studies

Cerise

CESSMIR

Centre for the Social Study of
Migration and Refugees

CESSMIR