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Dr Craig Graham Anderson

Dr Craig Graham Anderson

Lecturer, Economics

Professor Danny Campbell

Professor Danny Campbell

Professor, Economics

Professor David Comerford

Professor David Comerford

Professor, Economics

Mrs Alie Hilda de Vries

Mrs Alie Hilda de Vries

Lecturer in Economics, Economics

Professor Sheila Dow

Professor Sheila Dow

Emeritus Professor, Economics

Professor Seda Erdem

Professor Seda Erdem

Professor, Economics

Dr Hector Gutierrez Rufrancos

Dr Hector Gutierrez Rufrancos

Senior Lecturer, Economics

Miss Aliya Kenjegalieva

Miss Aliya Kenjegalieva

PhD Researcher, Economics

Professor David King

Professor David King

Emeritus Professor, Economics

Professor Brian Loasby

Professor Brian Loasby

Emeritus Professor, Economics

Professor Mirko Moro

Professor Mirko Moro

Professor, Economics

Ms Katie O'Neill

Ms Katie O'Neill

Tutor with Assessment & Student Feedback, Economics

Miss Madalina Radu

Miss Madalina Radu

Tutor with Assessment & Student Feedback, Economics

Dr Willem Sas

Dr Willem Sas

Lecturer, Economics

Dr Carl Singleton

Dr Carl Singleton

Senior Lecturer in Economics, Economics

Dr Michael Watts

Dr Michael Watts

Lecturer in Economics, Economics

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Book Chapter

Singleton C, Reade JJ, Rewilak J & Schreyer D (2024) How big is home advantage at the Olympic Games?. In: Research Handbook on Major Sporting Events. Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 88-103. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781800885653.00014


Book Chapter

Dow S (2023) Keynes on theorising for policy. In: Drakopoulos S & Katselidis I (eds.) Economic Policy and the History of Economic Thought. Routledge Studies in the History of Economics. London: Routledge, pp. 173-188. https://www.routledge.com/Economic-Policy-and-the-History-of-Economic-Thought/Drakopoulos-Katselidis/p/book/9781032131962


Book Chapter

Black I, Leventon J & Anderson C (2023) Nudging leverage points: influencing transformative policy change. In: Carrigan M, Wells V & Papadas K (eds.) Research Handbook on Ethical Consumption: Contemporary Research in Responsible and Sustainable Consumer Behaviour. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 251-269. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781802202021.00023


Article

Dow S (2023) Victoria Chick 1936–2023. European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 30 (3), pp. 486-490. https://doi.org/10.1080/09672567.2023.2200058


Research Report

Forth J, Bryson A, Phan V, Ritchie F, Singleton C, Stokes L & Whittard D (2023) How common is low pay in Britain and is it declining?. Administrative Data Research UK. Data Insights. https://www.adruk.org/news-publications/publications-reports/data-insight-how-common-is-low-pay-in-britain-and-is-it-declining/


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Projects (59)

Projects

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Sustainable Plastic Attitudes to benefit Communities and their EnvironmentS
PI: Professor Richard Quilliam
Funded by: Natural Environment Research Council

Vaccines against AMR in Aquaculture
PI: Professor Margaret Crumlish
Funded by: International Development Research Centre

The impact of COVID-19 Fear: evidence to inform social, health and economic recovery - a Healthy Ageing In Scotland (HAGIS) study
PI: Dr Elaine Douglas
Funded by: UK Research and Innovation

The Economics of Marine Plastic Polution: what are the benefits of international cooperation
PI:
Funded by: Economic and Social Research Council

Centre for Population Change (Transition funding)
PI: Professor Alison Bowes
Funded by: Economic and Social Research Council

Valuing the benefits of blue/green infrastructure for flood resilience, natural capital and urban development in Viet Nam
PI: Professor Danny Campbell
Funded by: Natural Environment Research Council

Immigration and Wellbeing
PI: Professor Mirko Moro
Funded by: The Nuffield Foundation

The Influence of Information search on stated preference formation, learning ad choice
PI: Professor Danny Campbell
Funded by: European Commission (Horizon 2020)

The costs and benefits of 'good' self-directed support
PI: Professor Kirstein Rummery
Funded by: Disability Research on Independent Living & Learning (Scotland)

Exploring and quantifying preferences towards self-management support interventions: a mixed methods survey among individuals with long term health conditions
PI: Professor Seda Erdem
Funded by: The Health Foundation

Pregnant Women, risks associated with delivery in remote and rural hospitals: designing qualitative and quantitative questionnaires and analysing data
PI: Professor Seda Erdem
Funded by: NHS Highland

Social Isolation and Technology Guidelines Project
PI: Professor Louise McCabe
Funded by: NHS National Services Scotland

Best Worst Scaling Methods
PI: Professor Seda Erdem
Funded by: University of Aberdeen

Centre for Population Change
PI: Professor Alison Bowes
Funded by: Economic and Social Research Council

Zero Waste students - Desktop Review and Behavioural Insights
PI:
Funded by: Zero Waste Scotland

Zero Waste Scotland: Interventions for Public Sector Estates Project
PI: Dr Craig Graham Anderson
Funded by: Zero Waste Scotland

Workshop: Applied Ethics of Nudging
PI: Professor Philip Ebert
Funded by: Scots Philosophical Association

Extending the Pilot of the Scottish Longitudinal Survey of Ageing
PI:
Funded by: The Nuffield Foundation

A feasibility study on the use of nutrition labelling using an integrated approach in real-world setting
PI: Professor Seda Erdem
Funded by: Scottish Funding Council

The Scottish Longitudinal Survey of Ageing (THSLS)
PI:
Funded by: National Institutes of Health

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