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News for March 2014

The Department is delighted to announce that four of our PhD students have been nominated for a 2014 teaching excellence award. The WATEPGR recognises and re...

Increased education led to the reduced role of churches in society, new research from German history shows.

New research gives insights into the often hidden world of tax evasion

Economic research illuminates why the inexperienced outsider often holds voter appeal

A subtle form of self-deception leads us to believe that others are like us in many respects even when they are not.

New members of independent monetary policy-making bodies signal their toughness on inflation by acting like hawks when they begin the job, but their dovish side comes out with more experience.

Mark Harrison dicusses a story he began to write a long time ago, but never finished until now. It tells how it happened that in 1976 he published a 20,000-w...

The forthcoming election, it seems, will be fought mainly on issues of governance and economic performance.

Professor Abhinay Muthoo appeared on BBC Breakfast on 20 March to provide an expert reaction to the Budget. The interviews were conducted live on location wi...

There is good news for George Osborne as he approaches his latest budget speech.

Since the NSS opened, 71% of students based in Economics have now responded. This compares to 70% as of this time last year, and 59% for Warwick as a wh...

Right Reverend James Jones, the former Bishop of Liverpool, will be giving the fourth talk of the Economics 360 lecture series on Tuesday 11th March, 6-7pm i...

The creation and success of economic clusters need not rely solely upon luck.