Researchers at the School of Economics are
committed to performing research that is relevant to the common good. We are keen to share our findings with the wider public in a variety of formats and to engage with policymakers
and other stakeholders in developing our research and disseminating findings. A number of our staff serve in positions outside of academia where their research expertise can
provide a unique perspective on economic and social issues.
Our research projects have attracted funding from sources such
as the Economic and Social Research Council, the British Council, the Department
for International Development, International Initiative for Impact Evaluation,
the Murata Foundation in Japan and the World Bank.
Our staff are experts in their fields and their expertise has
been sought by government departments and international organisations such as:
- Asian Development Bank
- Bank of England
- Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
- European Central Bank
- European Commission
- HM Treasury
- International Monetary Fund
- Ministry of Finance India
for Economic Co-operation and Development
- World Bank.
Visit our People page to discover more about our academic staff,
their interests and activities, and how to contact them.