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News for February 2014

The British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR) has recently accepted an abstract by first year economics undergraduate, Nabila Kauser. The Conferenc...

Alexander Stevenson, author of 'The Public Sector: Managing the Unmanageable', will be giving the third talk of the Economics 360 lecture series on Tuesday 2...

Warwick India Forum 2014: A Resurgence attempts to make sense of the dramatic changes the country has undergone in the last few years. With a stumbling econo...

Following on from the success of last year's Question Time event, the department is holding a further event for students to continue the debate on Tuesday 18...

Following on from the success of last year's event, the Warwick Summer Workshop in Economic Growth 2014 will give researchers the opportunity to learn about ...

The National Student Survey invites all final year undergraduate students to reflect on their student experience over their time here at the University of Wa...

Faisal Islam, economics editor for Channel 4 news, will be giving a talk to our undergraduate students as part of the Economics 360 lecture series on Tuesday...

A new analysis of British lottery winners finds that having more money makes people more right-wing and less egalitarian.

On 30 January 2014, Warwick Economics were delighted to host a visit of Professor Dinesh Singh, the VC of Delhi University in India.