Analysing the gender balance of childcare during COVID-19 lockdown 11 June 2020 Professor Sarah Smith, Head of Economics, and Professor Almudena Sevilla of UCL analysed new survey data to explore the gender balance of childcare during lockdown.
- Analysing the gender balance of childcare during COVID-19 lockdown 11 June 2020 Professor Sarah Smith, Head of Economics, and Professor Almudena Sevilla of UCL analysed new survey data to explore the gender balance of childcare during lockdown.
- Dr Pavel Kuchar wins Prize for Interdisciplinary Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology 6 May 2020 Last month, Pavel Kuchar, Lecturer in History of Economics, was awarded the Warren Samuels Prize for Interdisciplinary Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology.
- Dr Sami Stouli appointed to Government What Works Trial Advice Panel 18 February 2020 Sami Stouli, Lecturer in Economics, University of Bristol, has been appointed to the What Works Trial Advice Panel (TAP) to improve the quality and quantity of impact evaluation across central government.
- University of Bristol, first to recruit a Chair in the Public Understanding of Economics 18 February 2020 The University of Bristol is seeking the appointment of a new professorial role to improve the communication of economics to internal and external audiences.
- Dr Patrick Arni awarded funding for Swiss National Research project SWISSLAB 7 February 2020 Dr Patrick Arni, Economics Senior Lecturer, has been awarded funding for a project on the National Research Programme “Digital Transformation” of the Swiss National Research Council
- Dr Sami Stouli awarded ESRC New Investigator Grant 7 February 2020 Sami Stouli, Economics Lecturer has been awarded a New Investigator Grant by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to support his research.
- Department of Economics Highlights of 2019 14 January 2020 As we say goodbye to 2019 and enter the exciting prospects of a new year and decade, we take a look back at some of the Department’s highlights from the last year.
- Discover Economics taster day 2019 27 November 2019 The Discover Economics 2019 taster day welcomed nearly 200 students from 12 local schools and colleges to participate in an interactive day of inspiring talks, activities and an industry led competition offering a trip to Germany as the prize.
- Trust in economists heavily influenced by the EU referendum 13 November 2019 Research from the Economics Network shows that "Leave voters increasingly distrust economists to provide honest answers".
- Women, young and old people are most risk adverse, research finds 30 October 2019 Women, the young and older people are most risk averse when it comes to financial risk taking, according to new research from the University of Bristol and Cass Business School.