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The Applied Economics, Finance and Development research area combines macroeconomic and microeconomic approaches to improve the understanding of a range of economic issues such as international trade and growth, economic reform and development practices, agriculture and food policies, irrigation, poverty, fair trade, consumer behaviour and investor behaviour within financial markets and institutions.
On-going research on public debt issues during the recent European debt crisis. Focusing on empirical research and quantitative methods, this project explores the relationship between public debt and...
This project uses linked administrative data (National Pupil Database, Higher Education Statistics Agency and School Workforce Census) and previously unavailable applications data from professional...
An ongoing study of the hotel and lodging REIT market to identify possible threats and trends. This research explores relevant data over recession periods, volatility interactions, shocks, trends...
This research area is an intersection of economic theory, financial economics, and econometric and mathematical modelling. Therefore, the our mission is to advance and disseminate high-quality research in Applied Macroeconomics and Microeconomics as well as in Finance.
The Applied Economics, Finance and Development research area combines macroeconomic and microeconomic approaches to improve the understanding of a range of economic issues such 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. All these issues are being explored from the perspective of economic and financial theory, using both the theoretical and empirical tools provided by behavioural economics, labour economics, environmental economics and international trade.
The Applied Economics, Finance and Development research area aims to explore policy implications and mitigating strategies of key issues such as climate change and carbon emissions, inequalities and poverty reduction, strategies for economic growth, agriculture and food security.
Research grant awarded from Massey University (New Zealand), to investigate "Spatial price transmission in global dairy commodity markets" jointly with Dr E. Garnevska and Dr P. Fousekis (School of Economics and Finance, Massey University) - NZ $3635.
Research output: Fousekis, P. and Trachanas, E. (2016). Price transmission in the international skim milk powder markets. Applied Economics 48 (54), p. 5233-5245. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00036846.2016.1173183
Feb 2015 – Dec 2015
Rozana Himaz was a researcher for the ESRC Professorial Fellowship funded research project When the Party's Over: The Politics of Austerity in Public Services, (Grant holder: Professor Christopher Hood, Oxford University).
Hood. C., D. Heald and R. Himaz eds. (2014) When the Party’s Over: The Politics of Fiscal Squeeze in Perspective, Oxford University Press
Hood, C and R. Himaz (2017) A Century of Fiscal Squeeze Politics 100 Years of Austerity, Politics, and Bureaucracy in Britain, Oxford University Press
Reshaping Executive Government