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

    Environment Agency Plastics valuation

    Hunt, A.

    The Environment Agency

    1/03/2030/06/20

    Project: Central government, health and local authorities

    Natural Capital: Specifying the Value of Nature

    Schneider, M.

    23/09/191/04/23

    Project: Central government, health and local authorities

    Research Output

    Coronavirus and the NHS: a big dose of cash is welcome, but not enough on its own

    Fichera, E., 12 Mar 2020, The Conversation.

    Research output: Contribution to specialist publicationArticle

    Open Access

    Dividend smoothing and credit rating changes

    Asimakopoulos, P., Asimakopoulos, S. & Zhang, A., 13 Mar 2020, In : The European Journal of Finance.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Expert Captured Democracy

    Roy, J., 2020, In : American Economic Review.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
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    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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