Department of Economics

In the Department of Economics within Birmingham Business School, we emphasise Responsible Economics. Every decision we make, as individuals and right up to the level of global business and government, is based on scarcity and choice. The world has limited resources – and they’re becoming more limited every day. As ‘responsible economists’ we must ensure those resources are used strategically and fairly to make people and society as a whole better off.

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Suleymenova, K & Porritt, B 2023, An inside outside view: Liberal Arts & Natural Sciences students on an Economics module. in LTSE 2023 Conference proceedings. Chartered Association of Business Schools, Learning, Teaching and Student Experience 2023 Conference, Chartered Association of Business Schools, Newport, United Kingdom, 22/05/23.

Arroyos Calvera, D, Covey, J & McDonald, R 2023, 'Are distributional preferences for safety stable? A longitudinal analysis before and after the COVID-19 outbreak', Social Science and Medicine, vol. 324, 115855.

Song, C, Liu, B, Cheng, K, Cole, MA, Dai, Q, Elliott, RJR & Shi, Z 2023, 'Attribution of air quality benefits to clean winter heating polices in China: combining machine learning with causal inference', Environmental Science and Technology.

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