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Discover more about studying at the School of Economics through the resources below, including our staff and student videos.
Take a look at the full list of Economics undergraduate degrees, read some examples of current work being carried out by our students and discover what is available to you outside the classroom.
A journal of outstanding student dissertations.
Editorial by Dr Amanda Gosling and Professor Alastair Bailey
An Analysis of local authority areas in England and Wales by gender by Abigail McKay
for Developed and Developing Countries by Devante Hiles
A Comparative Analysis of Economies at Different Levels of Development by Emily Mozzarelli
by Maximus Padden
by Oliver Sprange
by Shu Rou Ng
Estimating the willingness to pay (WTP) for attributes of a green city: An empirical study using Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE) by Tik Wang Lam
This journal showcases the great research work which the University of Kent’s Economics undergraduates produce in their final year. These works are typically our student's first exploration into research, but the standard of work they produce is high and the intellectual content impressive.
Editorial by Professor Alastair Bailey and Dr Amanda Gosling
Kheireddine Adeyemi, BSc Financial Economics with a Year in Industry
Aliye Osman, BSc Economics with Econometrics
Emmanuel Begah, BSc Economics
Lewis Powell, BSc Economics with Econometrics
Lucy Watson, BSc Economics with Econometrics
Mihai Leolea, BSc Economics with a Year in Industry
Muzaffer Sasmaz, BSc Economics
Niamh Dunlea, BSc Economics with Econometrics
Oliver Micallef, BSc Economics with Econometrics
Sophie Louise Knott, BSc Economics with Econometrics
Tayla-Leigh Dos Santos, BSc Economics
Thomas Radcliffe Taylor Dawkins, BSc Economics
Victoria Violet Evans, BSc Economics
William Morgan, BSc Economics with a Year in Industry
The award-winning Kent Economics Society (@kent_econsociety on Instagram) is a student-run organisation ratified by Kent Union. They hold an annual Economics Summit and regular events throughout the year like the Kennedy Casino Night.
We live in a world of disparity.
Why are some countries poor?
Why are some countries rich?
Here some of our talented staff -your potential teachers, explain what motivated them to study Economics in the first place, and what makes it such a powerful discipline.
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