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News for July 2013

Warwick Economics Exchange will host its new Dissertation Colloquium at Warwick on Monday 5 August 2013, providing Master’s students a platform to pres...

George A. Akerlof's 'Phishing for Phools' Distinguished Visitor lecture at Warwick on 11 June is now available as an MP3 to download.

Men are 'softened' when they have a daughter, becoming more generous and liberal in their views, according to an article in the New York Times last week. And...

Dr Fabian Waldinger has been awarded the prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant worth €733,621 to investigate the effect of individu...

In a blog for The Guardian, former Cabinet Secretary Lord O'Donnell backs the new Warwick Policy Lab, saying its freedom from agendas and time pressures will...

As Emeritus Professor Ken Wallis celebrates his 75th birthday, Mark Harrison shares some invaluable lessons from the once Chair of the Department of Economic...

Congratulations to all our economics graduates who received their degrees at Butterworth Hall last week. Remember your big day on our Storify page.

The rupee’s falling value shows a malaise in the economy, observes Bhaskar Dutta in The Telegraph India. The Indian economy is in more than a spot of b...

A shale oil and gas revolution will lower energy costs and rearrange global geopolitical equations, predicts Bhaskar Dutta in the Financial Express.

Robin Naylor wins WATE Award

Stimulus, not austerity, is the key to global economic recovery, Robert Skidelsky writes in The Guardian economics blog. In the argument between austerity an...

The Warwick Policy Lab will chart its quest for innovative and cost-effective policy solutions in a new blog series for The Guardian. Abhinay Muthoo and Siob...

What it will take to get policymakers to use academic evidence? Abhinay Muthoo joined the Guardian debate last week, to coincide with the launch of The Guard...