Economics & Finance (School of)
Our research strengths are in dynamic macroeconomics, choice theory, bounded rationality, game theory, expectations and learning, competition and innovation and climate change. We support two research centres - the Centre for Dynamic Macroeconomic Analysis (CDMA) and the Centre for Research in Industry, Enterprise, Finance and the Firm (CRIEFF), and we are also actively involved in the Scottish Institute for Research in Economics (SIRE).
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The employment of women : evolution, pattern and composition. With special reference to the United Kingdom (University of St Andrews, 1971) - Thesis
(University of St Andrews, 1978) - Thesis
Analysis of the prospective economic effects for the Sudan of association with the EEC under the Lome Convention with particular reference to foreign trade and aid (University of St Andrews, 1976) - ThesisThis study is intended to be an inquiry into the prospective economic effects for the Sudan of its association with the European Economic Community (The EEC] under the Lome Convention which was concluded between the EEC ...
(University of St Andrews, 2020-07-31) - ThesisThis thesis comprises three essays on Islamic investment securities (sukuk) and Islamic banking products. Data show that firms in dual financial system economies utilize traditional and Islamic instruments simultaneously ...
(University of St Andrews, 2020-06-26) - ThesisThis thesis extends the existing literature on the response of labour markets to different types of economic shocks. First, we examine the effects of sector-specific fluctuations in job separation and job finding rates on ...