Trade, environment, development and energy (TEDE) group
Robert Elliott's main research covers empirical environmental, international trade, development, energy and labour economics. Specific topics include: Specific topics include:
- Economics of China and East Asia
- Empirical environmental economics
- Empirical international economics
- Empirical development economics
- Environmental economic history
- Globalisation and the environment
- Economics of natural disasters (floods, typhoons, earthquakes)
- Biodiversity and deforestation
- Trade, the environment, FDI and industrial restructuring
- Economic geography (spatial econometrics)
- Geographical specialisation and clustering
- International business and the study of multinationals
- Global value chains
- Energy economics
He is currently involved in a related, Leverhulme Trustresearch projects in the general area of "Globalisation and the Environment" with Matthew Cole at the University of Birmingham.
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ERSC “China – UK energy issues”. Approximately £1 million. Joint with TEDE group members.