School of Economics

PhD Projects

We have a number of research students in the school. You can view their profiles below. You can also view our PhD students' career destinations to see where our students have worked since completing their PhDs.

Current research students
NameProject title
Year one
Matias Golman The Economics of Volunteering: Measurement Techniques and Labour Outcomes
Hun Jang Analysis on the Effects of Housing Relevant Taxationas a Macroprudential Policy Tool
Guido Lamarmora Structural Change and Innovation
Hyunkang Lim How Do Capital Controls and Macroprudential Policy Interact with Monetary Policy in a Small Open Economy?
Sungwon Moon On-the-Job Search, Precautionary Savings and the Progressivity of Income Taxes
Cleopatra Ngoma  Structural Changes and Monetary Policy Transmission in Developing Countries
Miquel Oliver i Vert Globalisation and Intangibles
Maria Agustina Sampaolesi Self-Fulfilling Crisis and Firm Heterogeneity
Marcelo Woo Value of Information under Groupthink
Lanlan Wu Global Supply Chain and The Comparative Advantage of Firms
Year two
Basim Alandijany Leadership and Collective Action Problems
Georg Sator Morality and Social Norms in Economic Decision-Making
Year three
Cristina Griffa How Do UK Firms Form Inflation Beliefs? Evidence from Micro Data
Patrick Maus Essays on Social Comparisons and Economic Behaviour
Lara Suraci Delegation Preferences - Computers vs Humans
Benjamin Tatlow Exploring Explosive Asset Behaviour in High-Frequency Data
Sam van de Schootbrugge Fiscal Policy and Growth
Athira Vinod Privatisation of Education in India
Year four
Diana Beltekian Essays on Trade and Development
Yulin Bian Time Series, Factor Model
Rachel Cho Re-Exploring the Finance-Growth Nexus
Anna Hochleitner Status and Decision Making
Wenjiao Hu Applied Time Series Analysis for the Automatic Stabilisers
Gabriele Lucchetti Migration Effects on Labour Markets and Preferences
Diego Marino-Fages Migration and Trust
Luis Matto Pérez The Dutch Disease and the Challenges for the Monetary Policy in Latin American Countries
Richard Mills Understanding Scarcity
Arif Sulistiono Impact of the Economic, Political and Social Events on Indonesian Government Bonds and Credit Defaults Swap
Chrysanthos Vasileiou Investigating Life Satisfaction
Yuliet Verbel Bustamante Anti-Social Preferences Explored through Behavioural and Experimental Economics
Writing up
Sarah Bowen Investigating the Mechanisms behind Nudging Medication Adherence
Wenxiao Dong Essays on International Trade, Resource Misallocation and Productivity
Syed Kazmi Why Are Factor Shares No Longer Constant? A Look into The Stylized Kaldor Facts
Juergen Amann On Economic Growth and Public Debt: Cross-Country Heterogeneity and Nonlinearities
Thomas Chen Government Policy, Trade and Renewable Energy Market Dynamics
Diego Canales A Study of Sequential Elections

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