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The Centre for Research in Economic Development and International Trade (CREDIT) was founded in 1988 and provides a focus for staff with a primary or significant research interest in development economics. The focus of research interests is on trade policy, macroeconomics of aid and analysis of household surveys, especially for sub-Saharan Africa. Research is often conducted in collaboration with the network of External Research Fellows.
See full details of the CREDIT Development Seminar Series.
The CREDIT Research Paper Series publishes some ten papers each year. View the full list of CREDIT Research Papers.
A core group of Internal Fellows within the school, who supervise PhD students on development topics, and a network of External Fellows.
The centre is part of three of the University's Research Priority Areas - Governance and Public Policy; Sustainable Development; and Understanding Human Behaviour.
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