Warwick Economics Research Institute
The aims of ERI are to promote directly and indirectly research in economics and interdisciplinary research that has an economic aspect.
It is to facilitate the funding and organisation of collaborative research projects involving the participation of members of the Department of Economics; and to support scholarly activities such as conferences and research networks that extend beyond the routine scholarly life of the Department of Economics.
The ERI is an integral part of the Department of Economics. Its members include the academic and research staff and research students of the Department of Economics; visitors attached to the Department of Economics; and scholars from other institutions who are associated with programmes of research administered within the Institute.
The Bulletin of the WERI is published once a term.
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- Games and Economic Behaviour Study Group. Funded by ESRC. Principal Investigator Andres Carvajal. (1 Oct 2010 - 30 Sept 2012)
- Endogenous Product Characteristics in Empirical Industrial Organisation. Principal Investigator Greg Crawford ( 1 Oct 2010 - 30 Sept 2012)
- Happiness Economics and Neuroeconomics. Funded by ESRC. Principal Investigator Eugenio Proto (1 Sept 2010 - 31 Dec 2010)
- Visiting Leverhulme Professorship for Mark Thomas
- Enabling Microsavings through Bank-linked Mobile Phones in Sri-Lanka. Funded by IGC. Principal investigator Chris Woodruff (1 April 2010 - 31 March 2012)
- Women's Automony and Nutritional Status of Children in India. funded by ESRC Principal Investigator - Wiji Arulampalam (1 April 2010 - 31 March 11)
- Development Blossoming: Industrial Policy and Evolution of the Kenyan and Ethiopian Floriculture Exports. Principal Investigator Rocco Macchiavello Funded by IGC, LSE. (15 Feb 2010 - 30 Aug 2011)
- Japanese conference - Great Divergence. Funded by Daiwo Anglo Japenese Foundation and Sasakawa Foundation. Principal investigator Stephen Broadberry (1 sept 10 - 30 sept 10)
- Empirical Tests of Non-competitive Behaviour. Funded by ESRC. Principal investigator: Andres Carvajal (1 Oct 2009 - 30 Sept 2011)
- Optimal contracts for providers of medical treatments. Funded by ESRC. Principal investigator: Motty Perry (1 Oct 2009 - 31 Dec 2010)
- Modelling Imprecise Preferences and Identities and Identifying the Implicaitons for Theory and Policy. Funded by ESRC. Principal Investigator Graham Loomes (1 Sept 2009 - 31 Aug 2012)
- Price Dynamics in Food Retailing. Funded by ESRC, Principal investigator Michael Waterson (1 Oct 2009 - 30 Sept 2011)
- HI-POD Historical Patterns of Development and underdevelopment. Funded by EU, Principal investigator Nick Crafts (1 Nov 2008 - 31 Oct 2012)
- ‘International Trade Integration: New Methods and New Data. Funded by ESRC, Principal investigator Dennis Novy (1 Oct 08 - 30 Sep 2010)
- ‘Business, Tax and Welfare’. £2.5 million for 4 years starting in the autumn 2008, funded by the ESRC. Wiji Arulampalam and Ben Lockwood were two of the co-applicants. The main research will be based at the Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation, where the Principal applicant, Mike Devereux is the Director.
- Public Economics U.K. Working Group. Funded by HM Revenue and Customs and HM Treasury. Principal investigator: Kimberley Scharf (1 Nov 2003 to 31 Oct 2008, extended to 31 Oct 2011).
- Economics of Globalisation (jointly with CSGR). Funded by Research Councils UK. RCUK Fellow: Nikolaus Wolf (1 July 2006 to 30 June 2011).
- Rank versus Monetary Incentives: Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment. Funded by ESRC. Principal investigator: Iwan Barankay (1 Jan 2008 to 31 Dec 2010)
- Reconstructing the National Income of Britain and Holland, c. 1270 to 1500. Funded by the Leverhulme Trust. Principal investigator: Stephen Broadberry (1 Oct 2007 to 30 Sept 2010).
- Decision Making Frameworks in the Management of Livestock Disease: interaction of epidemiology, economics, and politics (jointly with Biological Sciences, Law, Mathematics, & Politics and International Studies). Funded by ESRC. Co-investigator: Jonathan Cave (1 Sept 2007 to 31 Aug 2010).
Recently Concluded Grants
- CEELBAS Midlands Russia Seminars (Interdisciplinary Seminar Series) Principal Investigator, Mark Harrison (Oct 2009 - March 2010)
- Adapting to the Entirely Unpredictable. Funded by European Commission. Marie Curie Chair of Excellence: Peter Hammond (1 April 2007 to 31 March 2010).
- Dynamics of the Wage Distribution in the Presence of Minimum Wage Rises. Funded by ESRC. Principal Investigator: Mark Stewart (1 Jan 2008 to 31 Dec 2009).
- The Economics of Well-Being. Funded by ESRC. ESRC Professorial Fellow: Andrew Oswald (1 Jan 2007 to 31 Dec 2009).
- Chronic Poverty and Aspirations Failure. Funded by ESRC. Principal investigator: Sayantan Ghosal (1 May 2008 to 31 July 2009).
- Credit Boom, Credit Crunch and Central Banking. Funded by Houblon- Norman Fund. Principal Investigator Marcus Miller (20 Sept 08-31 Dec 08)
- BA Conference Grant - annual Public Economics Weekend. Principal Investigator Kimberley Scharf (20 May 08 - 22 May 08)
- Unifying the European Experience. Funded by European Commission. Principal investigator: Stephen Broadberry (1 Nov 2004 to 31 Oct 2008).
- Legal and Economic Aspects of Sovereign Debt. Funded by ESRC. Principal investigator: Amrita Dhillon (1 Oct 2006 to 30 Sept 2008).
- Economic Issues in Lottery Markets. Funded by National Lottery Commission. Principal investigator: Ian Walker (1 Oct 2005 to 30 Sept 2008).
- Marie Curie Host Fellowships. Funded by European Commission. Principal investigator: Ian Walker (1 Oct 2004 to 30 Sept 2008).
- Spatial Aspects of Industrial Organisation. Funded by ESRC. Principal investigator: Margaret Slade (4 Jan 2006 to 31 Aug 2008).
- Network of Industrial Economics. Funded by ESRC. Principal investigator: Michael Waterson (1 Sept 2006 to 31 Aug 2008).
- Moral Hazard and Political Economy. Funded by ESRC. Principal investigator: Lei Zhang (1 Aug 2005 to 10 Aug 2008).
- Parents, Peers, Schools. Funded by ESRC. Principal investigator: Ian Walker (1 April 2006 to 31 March 2008).
- Search and the Development of Competition. Funded by ESRC. Principal investigator: Michael Waterson (1 April 2006 to 31 March 2008).
- Improving Monetary Policy for Macroeconomics. Funded by ESRC. ESRC Fellow: Martin Ellison (1 Jan 2005 to 31 Dec 2007).
- Dictatorship and Hierarchy in the Soviet Economy. Funded by the European Commission. Marie Curie International Incoming Fellow: Andrei Markevich (15 Dec 2005 to 14 Dec 2007).
- ESRC Research Seminar: Public Economics. Funded by ESRC. Principal investigator: Kimberley Scharf (1 Dec 2005 to 30 Nov 2007).
- Debt and Development. Funded by ESRC. ESRC Professorial Fellow: Marcus Miller (1 Oct 2004 to 30 Sept 2007).