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  • Global Markets: Economic Development and Inequality

    From the financial crash in 2008 to energy demand and poverty, our research addresses core economic challenges in today’s world. We combine macroeconomic and microeconomic approaches to improve the understanding of such economic issues as international trade, economic growth, economic reform and development practices, agriculture and food policies, irrigation, poverty, fair trade, consumer behaviour and investor behaviour within financial markets and institutions. Research also aims to address policy implications of key issues such as climate change and carbon emissions, inequalities and poverty reduction, strategies for economic growth, agriculture and food security, the impact of mergers and acquisitions.

    Keywords: austerity; labour market integration; financial crisis; energy demand; waste; poverty and technology; economic growth and inequality