Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Department of Economics is the second largest department in the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences for student numbers.

Key facts

Teaching and facilities

Research and expertise

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    Projects

    Strand 2 - Europe & N. America 2019

    Cubel, M., Schwieren, C. & Morath, F.

    1/04/2031/12/21

    Project: Research-related funding

    Environment Agency Plastics valuation

    Hunt, A.

    The Environment Agency

    1/03/2030/06/20

    Project: Central government, health and local authorities

    Research Output

    Baseline win rates for neural-network based trading algorithms

    Krause, A. & Fairbank, M., 19 Jul 2020.

    Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

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    Can Public Spending Boost Private Consumption?

    Asimakopoulos, S., Lorusso, M. & Pieroni, L., 22 May 2020, (Acceptance date) In : Canadian Journal of Economics.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Contingent Wage Subsidy

    Zubrickas, R., 2020, In : Journal of Public Economic Theory.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Datasets

    Dataset for "Forecasting the Exchange Rate using Non-linear Taylor Rule Based Models"

    Wang, R. (Creator), Morley, B. (Creator) & Stamatogiannis, M. (Creator), University of Bath, 2018

    Dataset

    Student theses

    An analysis of agriculture subsidies in the rubber and padi sector of Malaysia

    Author: bin Joharie, A. R., 1988

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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    An ecological and economic approach to valuing river quality

    Author: Johnstone, C., 2004

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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    An empirical and theoretical study of husbands and wives labour supply.

    Author: Cameron, S., 1984

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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