Finding a supervisor
We allocate at least two supervisors to each student in order to cover sufficient specialism and a variety of skills and expertise within your research project.
Explore the research areas our staff specialise in to find out about individual staff members' interests and what areas they would be keen to supervise.
Research area groupsSee all
Macroeconomics, growth and development
Including growth, development, business cycles and macroeconomic policies.
Including the operation of markets, social change, game theory and industrial organisation.
Econometrics and applied economics
Including structural instability in monetary policy; the labour market and the dynamics of health and economic status at in later life.
Environmental and resource economics
From consumption and energy to environmental valuation and regulation.