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Recent News


Double Honours for Emeritus Faculty Member

Professor Richard Smith has been appointed Honorary Professor at UCL and has had a Special Issue of the Econometric Theory journal published in honour of his 65th birthday.


International Economic History Association Dissertation Prize

Faculty supervisor and examiner, Charles Read has been awarded a prize by the International Economic History Association (IEHA) for the best dissertation in nineteenth-century economic history


Rebuild Macroeconomics's Sustainability Research Hub

Dr. Tiago Cavalcanti, along with Prof. Michael Grubb have joined Rebuild Macroeconomics's Sustainability Research Hub as Co-Leaders. You can read their profiles and find out about the Sustainability Research Hub on the Rebuild Macro site.


Trade Uncertainty

The Telegraph has quoted the research by Dr. Meredith Crowley, Oliver Exton and Lu Han in their article "Britain loses thousands of exporters on trade uncertainty".



Videos


"How does the US see Brexit?" - Dr. Meredith Crowley



In this Royal Economic Society (RES) video Dr. Meredith Crowley looks at American attitudes, the potential for new trading partners and negative responses towards globalisation.

Watch on the RES youtube channel

Spotlight



Find out about The Faculty's Brexit Research

Brexit Flags



Women in Economics

Women in Economics



Recent Publications


"Networks, markets and inequality"
Gagnon, J. and Goyal, S.
American Economic Review [2017]


"A network approach to public goods"
Elliott, M. and Golub, B.
accepted, Journal of Political Economy [2018]


"Wealth, health, and child development: evidence from administrative data on Swedish lottery players"
Cesarani, D., Lindqvist, E., Ostling, R. and Wallace, B.
Quarterly Journal of Economics [2016]


"Trading in networks"
Choi, S., Galeotti, A and Goyal, S.
Journal of the European Economic Association [2017]





Faculty Events


15 Oct

Market Liquidity and Microstructure Invariance
Trinity College



Job Market and Placements




2017-2018 Job Market Candidates




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