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News for May 2012

The Times of India discusses the gender research conducted in India by Anandi Mani, a University of Warwick Department of Economics professor with the Centre...

We are absolutely delighted to welcome the following eighteen new scholars to our Department. They will be joining our Faculty this summer:

Seventy years ago this week the world looked unspeakably grim. In his blog, Professor Mark Harrison looks back at three decisive WW2 battles that caused turn...

The Carroll Round, the annual conference of the world's top undergraduate economics students, selected three University of Warwick Department of Economics sc...

How much can one country squeeze out of another? Professor Mark Harrison examines in his blog.

Speaking at the University of Warwick on 24 May, noted economist Ariel Rubinstein, knit together neuroscience, game theory, wariness over beguiling scientifi...

In the Guardian's University guide published on Tuesday 22 May, Warwick Economics Department was ranked 4th overall in the subject league table for Economics.

Laurence J. Kotlikoff, a Boston University economist who is seeking a third-party nomination as a candidate for President of the United Sates, will present a...

Writing in the Financial Times, University of Warwick economics professor Marcus Miller and emeritus professor of political economy Robert Skidelsky analyse ...

Professor Mark Harrison marks the anniversary of the celebrated Dam Busters' raid of 16th-17th May 1943, when the RAF's 617 Squadron flew into history by usi...

Professor Mark Harrison features on the Guardian’s live Q&A career session

The Guardian highlights Warwick Professor Kimberley Scharf’s blog on the government's proposed cap on tax relief for charitable contributions as one of...