Fei Wu was nominated by her supervisors David Dickinson and Nick Horsewood for the paper entitled 'Sectoral contributions to systematic risk in the Chinese stock market; for which she is the sole author.
Fifty-seven years after Britain repealed its Corn Laws, free trade underwent attack. France, Germany, Japan and the US had raised tariffs on imports.
By Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay, Professor of Economics and Director of the Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing.
By Professor Aditya Goenka, Department of Economics.
By Professor Ganna Pogrebna, Professor of Behavioural Economics and Data Science (Department of Economics)
The University of Birmingham Dubai plans to add new study programmes for students joining in September 2019.
Birmingham researcher, Professor Ganna Pogrebna, receives British Academy of Management Award.
Aditya Goenka, Chair in Economics: "In the event of a hard Brexit, analysts expect that the pound could depreciate by a further 10 percent, adding to the inflationary pressures in the economy."
The Department of Economics is delighted to welcome five new academic staff joining our team this year: Reader Dr. Claire Crawford, Senior Lecturer Dr. Sheikh Selim, Lecturers Dr. Allan Beltran-Hernandez and Dr. Mary Dawood and Teaching Fellow Dr. Joseph Bromfield.
Dr Ufuk Gunes Bebek, Lecturer in Economics writes: "Long before the most recent slump in the lira, the Turkish economy had already begun to deteriorate."
We are delighted to announce that our Economics course has seen success in the National Student Survey, rising five percent since last year from 76% to an 81% satisfaction rate for 2018.
Professor John Fender (Professor of Macroeconomics) writes: "Even if [the UK] negotiates a free trade deal with the EU, trade will not be entirely frictionless."