A look back at our recent Open Days2 July 2019On the 14th and 15th of June the University of Bristol was pleased to welcome potential students from far and wide for our Undergraduate Open Days. The School of Economics, Finance and Management hosted several subject specific talks as well as running our own information stand at Beacon House.
Undergraduate Open Days 201911 June 2019The University of Bristol open days take place this weekend on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th June 2019. The open days are free to attend but you will need to book your place in advance. Our school will have an information stand at Beacon House and we are hosting subject specific talks for our different departments: Economics, Management or Accounting and Finance. See below for more details and to sign up.
PhD bursaries in the Department of Economics6 June 2019The Department of Economics at the University of Bristol is pleased to invite applications for one or more MRes/PhD bursaries in economics. Successful applicants will study for the 12-month MRes Economics degree, followed by a PhD in Economics. They will receive a full fee waiver plus a stipend of £15,000 per year for up to four years in total as well as undertaking teaching duties within the Department.
PhD student Jonathan Lee will be presenting at the IADI Research Conference next week17 May 2019The cutting-edge research conducted here at the School of Economics, Finance and Management continues to have direct impact on international banking policy. This month Finance PhD student Jonathan Lee is travelling to the Bank of International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland together with Professor Klaus Schaeck to present their research on deposit insurance to key policy makers and banking leaders.
PhD bursaries in the Department of Management24 April 2019The Department of Management at the University of Bristol is pleased to invite applications for up to three PhD bursaries. Successful applicants will study for a PhD, receive a contribution towards the cost of full-time PhD study, and undertake teaching duties within the Department’s teaching programmes.
Brexit wasn’t triggered by the old and unhappy15 April 2019Research conducted by Professor Eugenio Proto, the University of Warwick and ETH Zurich reveals that those who described themselves as 'finding it very difficult' were 13 percent more likely to vote for Brexit than those ‘living comfortably’.
Royal Economic Society Conference 201912 April 2019The Annual Conference brings together hundreds of academic and professional economists to present the latest developments in economics and showcase their real-world application.
Filling the gap: How information can help jobseekers6 February 2019Interventions that fill gaps in labour market information can help people in developing countries find well-paid jobs. These interventions are much cheaper than common alternative policy options, and initial evidence suggests that firms can also benefit.