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Professor of Applied Economics
Mary O’Mahony is Professor of Applied Economics. Her research interests include measuring and explaining international differences in productivity, technology and growth; human capital formation and its impacts on productivity and measuring performance in public services, including health and education. She joined King’s in May 2013 and was previously Professor at Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham. She is currently a visiting fellow at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, London. Her research has in recent years been primarily funded by the European Commission and she recently coordinated two EC FP7 projects SERVICEGAP and INDICSER as well as being academic coordinator on the FP6 EU KLEMS project.
Advancements in measuring intangibles for European economies
01 January 2018
The contribution of intangible assets to sectoral productivity growth in the EU
17 November 2016
The impact of ICT on the demand for skilled labour: A cross-country comparison
01 December 2008
The productivity gap between Europe and the United States: Trends and causes
01 January 2008
HUMAN CAPITAL FORMATION AND CONTINUOUS TRAINING: EVIDENCE FOR EU COUNTRIES
01 September 2012
Output, Input and Productivity Measures at the Industry Level: The EU KLEMS Database
01 June 2009
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