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Welcome to the School of Economics

Based in one of the UK's leading universities, the School of Economics is among the best in the country. We combine excellence and innovation in teaching with an international reputation for high-quality topical research.

Our courses combine all the core analytical and quantitative techniques required by modern economics graduates and are taught by academics who are pushing forward the boundaries of the subject.

We are proud of our high rankings across league tables including being the top economics school in the Russell Group in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2018.

Economics students share their reasons for choosing the University of Nottingham.

 
6th in terms of research power in the latest Research Excellence Framework
 
Ranked 9th in the UK for economics in The Complete University Guide 2020
 
Top 40 in the world consistently in the Tilburg University Economics Ranking
 
Top 35 worldwide and 6th in the UK (the latest IDEAS RePEc rankings)
 
 
Recently recruited academic staff members in the school: We are delighted that Mikhail Safronov joined the school this year, from Northwestern University; and that Adam Spencer joined us too, from Wisconsin.
 

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Latest news

New PhD studentship launched

Description
The Martin Totty P?hD Studentship will fund one award of £20,000 per year for four years.
Date:
05 June 2019

School of Economics ranks 5th in Tilburg University Rankings

Description
The School of Economics has maintained its place as the 5th economics department in UK in the Tilburg University rankings.
Date:
15 May 2019

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Upcoming events

CREDIT Development Seminar: Kian Ong (University of Nottingham, Malaysia)

Date
20 June 2019 (12:00-14:00)
Location:
A44 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
The effects of languages of instruction on educational and labour market outcomes: Evidence from Malaysia (A44)

POLECONUK 3rd Political Economy Workshop

Date
24 (14:00) - 25 June 2019 (14:00)
Location:
A25; Business School South Building; Jubilee Campus; Nottingham; NG8 1BB

On the evolution of temperature volatility: Francis Diebold (University of Pennsylvania)

Date
26 June 2019 (15:00-16:30)
Location:
A39 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Annual Granger Lecture (A39, SCGB)

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