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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The Economics Society is now part of the EPS Community! We're branching out to welcome new members from Engineering and Science subjects interested in learning more about economics and the sector.

Infodemic Now: How do we know when the news is fake?

The COVID-19 crisis is exacerbated by the infodemic that ensued – how do we know when the news is fake, ask Darrin Baines (Bournemouth University) and Rob Elliott (Birmingham Business School)?

Budget Reflections: A Welcome End to Austerity?

By David Bailey, Professor of Business Economics at Birmingham Business School and Philip Tomlinson, Professor of Industrial Strategy at the University of Bath Management School.

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Mercadier, M & Strobel, F 2022, '(Simple) ΔCoVaR bounds', Applied Economics Letters. https://doi.org/10.1080/13504851.2022.2083557

Bandyopadhyay, S, Chattopadhyay, AK & Oak, M 2022, 'A model of conflict and leadership: Is there a hawkish drift in politics?', PLoS ONE, vol. 17, no. 1, e0261646. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0261646

Jamieson, C, Aggarwal, R, Barker, A, Cooper , D & Ercolani, M 2022, 'Antibiotic amnesty — positive action to tackle antimicrobial resistance through community pharmacies', The Pharmaceutical Journal, vol. 309, no. 7963. https://doi.org/10.1211/PJ.2022.1.149799

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