Economics has a long and distinguished history at Nottingham, and Nottingham School of Economics ranks among the very best in the country.
Its research training programme is designed to equip students to compete successfully and internationally at a high level, either as academics or professional economists in key organisations such as central banks and government departments.
Supervision is offered across most of Economics, with particular research areas in:
|Experimental economics & decision research||Time series econometrics||International economics and globalisation|
|Development economics||Financial and monetary economics||Policy evaluation|
Nottingham’s School of Economics has seven major research centres:
Many of these Centres are interdisciplinary, with internal and external research associates. PhD students have two supervisors and supervision meetings are held approximately fortnightly. Students are encouraged to attend conferences, for which funding is available.
|Structure of Provision:||+3, +3.5, 1+3 either Full-time or Part-time|
|PG Application:||Apply for the PhD in Economics|
|Pathway Contact:||Dr Slivia Sonderegger / Professor Oliver Morrissey|