Economic and Quantitative Analysis

The Economic and Quantitative Analysis grouping comprises two disciplinary pathways: Economics and Quantitative Social Science.

Use the links below to view profiles of our current students:

 Economics
Andrea Smurra
Informal Taxation in Myanmar: Equity, Efficiency and Tax Morale
Prof Imran Rasul
Attila Katona
An analysis of the interrelationship between credit market dynamics and macroeconomic fluctuations
Prof Stephen Wright
Nikhil Datta
Essays in Labour Economics: Theoretical and empirical assessments of the evolving labour market
Prof Uta Shönberg
Uta Bolt
A shaken view? Evidence on risk perceptions and insurance choices using Japanese earthquake data
Prof Ian Preston
Quantitative Social Science
Maximiliane Verfuerden
The feasibility of reactivating dormant clinical trial data in England: a proof-of concept study linking infant feeding studies to educational records
Prof Lorraine Dearden
Orlagh Carroll
Developing strategies for handling missing data in time-to-event analyses: Incorporating variable selection, variable transformation and time-varying effects
Dr Ruth Keogh
Selina Patel
Developing measures of antibiotic prescribing quality in hospital
Dr Laura Shallcross