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Bisman, who is a first year undergraduate studying Economics, Politics and International Studies (EPAIS) has been invited to speak at the next Women Economic...

Third year Economics Undergraduate, Cassandra Ignat, was asked to present at the International Conference for Undergraduate Research (ICUR). A conference aim...

Third year Economics Undergraduate, Cassandra Ignat, was asked to present at the International Conference for Undergraduate Research (ICUR). A conference aim...

Warwick Economics Associate Professor, Marina Halac, has been awarded this year's prize for her outstanding contributions as a young woman in the economics p...

Warwick Economics Associate Professor, Marina Halac, has been awarded this year's prize for her outstanding contributions as a young woman in the economics p...

The Department of Economics recently gave all current Economics students the opportunity to showcase both their photography skills and passions for Economics...

Economics Assistant Professor, Luigi Pascali has recently had a paper accepted for publication in the American Economic Review; ‘The Wind of Change: Ma...

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A study commissioned by the Office for Fair Access (OFFA) and led by Dr Claire Crawford will investigate how universities and colleges currently evaluate out...

On Monday 3rd October, a packed Butterworth Hall played host to the fourth annual Warwick Question Time which was co-hosted by the Department of Economics an...

Warwick alumnus and honorary graduate Professor Oliver Hart (MA Economics 1969-72), along with Professor Bengt Holmstr�m of MIT, have been announced as ...

The prize, sponsored by Wiley is worth �5,000 and is awarded annually for achievement in research by an outstanding early career economist.

Adam, who graduated this summer with a First Class BSc (Econ) degree has been selected as one of the four finalists for this year's International Atlantic Ec...

New research from Cass Business School, the University of Warwick and the University of Wisconsin shows that women ask for wage rises just as often as men, b...

Economics Associate Professors Daniel Sgroi and Eugenio Proto, and Psychology's Thomas Hills have produced the first long-term happiness index, which attempt...

Dennis Novy, Associate Professor at the Department of Economics and CAGE researcher, joined Shaun Ley on Friday 30th August on the Radio 4 programme 'The Wor...

Today, after eight years as Head of the Economics Department, Professor Abhinay Muthoo steps down to take up a new position as the Dean of Warwick in London,...

The Government has published an independent report by Warwick Department of Economics Professor Mike Waterson into the consumer protection measures concernin...

The Department is delighted to announce that Professor Roger E.A. Farmer will be visiting us from this September and then will become a permanent and full ti...

University of Warwick research indicates that eating more fruit and vegetables can substantially increase people's happiness levels.

Rigissa Megalokonomou, a Teaching Fellow at Warwick University's Department of Economics, has been awarded the Unicredit and Universities Best Paper Award at...

University colleagues will be saddened to hear of the death on 16th June 2016 of Professor Keith Cowling, a longstanding member of the Economics Department b...

The Government has published an independent report by Warwick Department of Economics Professor Mike Waterson into the consumer protection measures concernin...

The Warwick policy Lab Lecture Series for this academic year concluded yesterday evening with an extremely interesting and insightful talk from Ciaran Martin...

The National Student Survey 2016 closed on 30 April and we are pleased to announce that the final response rate of Economics students is 86%, higher than it ...

We are thrilled to announce that three final year Economics students had their RAE dissertations accepted onto the prestigious Carroll Round conference progr...

On the evening of Wednesday 27 May, we were pleased to welcome Melanie Dawes, the Permanent Secretary of the Department for Communities and Local Government ...

Second year Economics student Martin Li has been listed as one of the finalists in the ‘Future CFO’ category at the Undergraduate of the Year Awa...

On Wednesday 8 June 2016, the Warwick Policy Lab (WPL) joined forces with the IPF to hold a Youth Debate, aimed at engaging young voters in the EU Referendum debate

Dr Dennis Novy (Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Warwick) appeared on the BBC to discuss Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) with Victoria Derbyshire for the run up to the EU referendum

Siobhan Benita appeared on BBC Newsnight last night in a discussion on the EU referendum.

Economics at Warwick has been ranked 7th in Europe and 26th in the world in the recently released QS World University Rankings.

On Tuesday 1 March, Dr Kanayo F. Nwanze, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), returned to Warwick to deliver a Warwick Po...

On 17 and 18 February, the Department of Economics hosted the fourth edition of the Warwick Economics PhD Conference.

Dr Dennis Novy recently featured on Germany's Deutsche Welle news discussing the latest BREXIT developments.

Dr Tatiana Coutto from the Warwick Policy Lab (WPL) was recently the recipient of a “UK in a Changing Europe” commissioning fund, an initiative l...

The National Students Survey (NSS) is widely recognised as a key measure of student satisfaction.

Joint research by Departments from across the University of Warwick has indicated that a fall in one to one nursing care of very sick and premature new-borns...

We are delighted to announce that two new top Economists will join Warwick Economics later this year.

Postgraduate students celebrated their graduation success on Friday 22nd January, with family and friends in attendance to celebrate their achievements.

On Tuesday 12th January 2016, Sir Vince Cable visited Warwick to give a talk on whether we are heading for a fresh economic crisis.

Researchers look into the use of e-cigarettes, and how the highly controversial technology may be holding back peoples' plans of quitting smoking.

Researchers look into the use of e-cigarettes, and how the highly controversial technology may be holding back peoples' plans of quitting smoking.