Research centres and groups
The School of Economics is home to two research centres and one research group. The Macroeconomics, Growth and History Centre (MaGHiC) brings together a large number of researchers at the School and acts as a focal point for macroeconomic research, impact and training at the University of Kent. We also have the Centre for European Agri-Environmental Studies (CEAS), which was established in 1971 and has a long history of funded research and participating in policy debate in Europe.
In additional to the two research centres, the School has an active Microeconomics Research Group, whose members' research spans applied and theoretical microeconomics, and microeconometrics.
Miguel appointed Fellow of CEPR
7 January 2019
De-linking final Basic Payments from farming: hardly 'public money for public goods'
3 January 2019
The Effects of Risk and Ambiguity Aversion on Technology Adoption: Evidence from Aquaculture in Ghana
20 December 2018
A Simple Model of Growth Slowdown
10 December 2018
Grant success for Amrit and Zaki
27 November 2018
Measured Productivity with Endogenous Markups and Economic Profits
8 November 2018
Endogenous Time-Varying Volatility and Emerging Market Business Cycles
20 October 2018
School holds workshop on Networks in Economics
15 October 2018