Welcome to the School of Economics (NSE)
A world leader in teaching and research
The Nottingham School of Economics is a recognised global leader in its field. Our teaching has been awarded the maximum possible score in an assessment by the Quality Assurance Agency, and our research has been acknowledged as among the most significant of its kind anywhere in the world.
One of the top institutions targeted by graduate employers
We are one of the largest and most highly regarded economics departments in the UK and one of the longest-established faculties at The University of Nottingham, which the country's top employers have cited as one of their number-one choices for graduate recruitment.
All of our 50 full-time academic staff are research-active. Our commitment to research cements our position at the cutting edge of contemporary economic thinking and analysis and reinforces our strong links with the business world, the policymaking community, industry and other key stakeholders.
Seminars & Workshops
Senior Academic Seminar Series - Come and listen to some of the world's most eminent Economists speak about current issues and topics.
GEP Seminar Series - Hosts a high quality seminar series focusing on issues relating to globalisation and the world economy. This is a weekly event and attracts speakers with high international visibility.
CFCM Seminar Series -Seminars focusing on financial markets, macroeconomic cycles, consumer and corporate credit.
Granger Centre Seminar Series - Seminars focusing on theoretical and applied time series econometric analysis, including panel data methods.
CeDEx Workshops - Thought-provoking workshops on decision research and experimental economics.
CREDIT Development Seminar Series - An exciting programme of seminars on development economics and pro-poor policy making.
NSE workshops - Seminars by research staff and students on a wide range of topics.
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- 07 (09:00) - 08 September 2015 (17:30)
- A44 Sir Clive Granger Building
- 11 September 2015 (09:00-16:00)
- 12 September 2015 (09:00-16:00)
- 23 September 2015 (14:00-15:00)
- A41 Sir Clive Granger Building
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