Professor David Maddison

Professor of Economics

The Department of Economics

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Contact details

Telephone +44 (0) 121 414 6653

Fax +44 (0) 121 414 7377

Email d.j.maddison@bham.ac.uk

Department of Economics
University of Birmingham
JG Smith Building
Birmingham
B15 2TT

Qualifications

PhD in Economics, University of Strathclyde

Teaching

Director of PhD Programmes and Research Group Leader (Environment, Energy and Trade) / Director of MSc Environmental and Natural Resource Economics (incl. admissions), Marketing link

Postgraduate supervision

Any area of Environmental or Natural Resource Economics

Research

RESEARCH GROUP:

Environment, Trade and Energy

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Applied Econometrics, Environmental Economics, Development Economics, Agricultural and Transport Economics

CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS:

Improving Cost Benefit Analysis (Department of Environment Food and Rural Affairs)

Publications

Groom, B and Maddison, D (2013) Non-Identical Quadruplets: Four New Estimates Of The Elasticity Of Marginal Utility For The UK. Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change Economics and the Environment Working Paper No. 121 London School of Economics.

Ham, Y, Maddison, D and Elliott, R (2013) The Valuation of Landfill Disamenities in Birmingham. Ecological Economics 85: 116-129.

Maddison, D, Rehdanz, K and Narita, D (2013) The Household Production Function Approach to Valuing Climate: The Case of Japan. Climatic Change 116: 207-29.

Maddison, D and Rehdanz, K (2011) The Impact of Climate on Life Satisfaction. Ecological Economics 70: 2437-45.

DJ Maddison. 2006. "Environmental Kuznets Curves: A Spatial Econometric Analysis", Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 51, 218-230

DJ Maddison. 2005. "Air Pollution and Hospital Admissions:An ARMAX Modelling Approach", Journal of Environmental Economics andManagement, 49, 116-131

DJ Maddison. 2007. "Modelling Sulphur Emissions in Europe: A Spatial Approach", Oxford Economic Papers, Forthcoming

DJ Maddison, A Bigano. 2003. "The Amenity Value of theItalian Climate", Journal of Environmental Economics and Management,45, 319-332

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