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In the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) to evaluate the research output of UK universities, Manchester Economics was ranked 7th out of 28 in terms of research power. Overall, 75% of our activity was rated as world-leading or internationally excellent (achieving a 4* or 3*).
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First published in 1930, this general-interest journal is still edited from within Manchester's economics department.
The GBCR provide a focus and forum for the thriving research on the growth and business cycles at Manchester.
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