GEP was established in the School of Economics in 2001. The research activities are structured around five research programmes, linked by the common theme of globalisation:
We support both scientific and policy focused research. GEP's core staff comprises a group of Research Fellows based at Nottingham, a network of international External Fellows, and a number of Policy Associates based in the policy-making community.
The centre's activities include:
GEP is always pleased to consider proposals from those wishing to submit applications for Research Fellowships with a view to spending a period at Nottingham. Examples of such Research Fellowships are:
Those proposing to apply should contact Professor Giovanni Facchini.
The GEP Bulletin gives information on our forthcoming events taking place over the next two months - seminars, public lectures, and conferences. Also included are details of the latest additions to the GEP Research Paper Series and new dates-for-your-diary.
GEP produces an annual report at the end of each calendar year detailing all GEP research and dissemination activity.