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Economics

Our economists conduct research across a wide range of areas in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Econometrics – from Labour Economics to Growth & Development; Monetary Policy to Productivity Measurement; and from Health Economics to Political Economy. 

Members of the group have recently had articles published in journals such as Journal of Political Economy, Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Labor Economics, American Economic Journal:Microeconomics, Journal of Economic Theory, and RAND Journal of Economics.

The group is growing rapidly and eager to play a leading role in the success of King’s Business School.

Research seminars in Economics

Every week, the Economics Group of King's Business School organises research seminars in economics. Bi-weekly the seminars are organised together with the Department of Political Economy and International Development. These seminars will take place on Wednesdays from 12.00 - 13.30 in Bush House, room (South) 3.01.

Further details: Research seminars in Economics

Economics at King's 

At King’s there are many economists spread amongst King’s Business School, the Department of Political Economy and Department of International Development.

We have created a new webpage to bring together information on all the activity of King’s economists. Read more about the economists at King's, our working papers, economics events and recent publications at Economics at King's.

Contact:

Professor Mary O'Mahony
Head of the Economics Group

People:

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