Robin is an economic historian of modern Ireland and, separately, the careers of business elites. He is currently working on the Leverhulme Trust-funded project called 'The great elevator: military service and social mobility, 1900-1980'.
Graham's research interests include economic history, business history, institutional economics, business economics, and economic communication. He teaches the economics of corporate strategy and the political economy of devolution at undergraduate level. He also teaches economics in the MBA programme.
Examination Officer (economics programmes), Exchange Coordinator
Subhadip is a microeconomic theorist, with a particular focus on networks, industrial organisation, and both cooperative and non-cooperative game theory. He is also interested in other areas of microeconomics, including advertising, cartels, and telecommunications policy. Subhadip teaches game theory and introductory macroeconomics.
Director of Research Impact; Co-Director of the Centre for Economic History
Chris is an economic historian. His research addresses the causes and consequences of banking crises, the formulation and implementation of monetary policy, and the design and performance of cooperative organisations. He is also interested in famines, pandemics and sample selection, and the optimal design of patent systems. He teaches economic history at undergraduate level.
Director of Postgraduate Research
Alan is an economic historian with research interests in the history of globalisation, the political economy of extremism, historical public health, and Irish economic history. He teaches economic growth to undergraduates, and economic history to postgraduates.
Head of Department of Economics
Heather's research interests are primarily in labour economics and regional economics. She is particularly interested in the areas of inequality, labour mobility, migration and integration, and policy evaluation. She teaches introductory economics at undergraduate level, and labour economics and social policy at postgraduate level.
Director of the Centre for Health Research at the Management School
Arcangelo's main research interests are in modern development economics, with broad applications to labour, political economy, education, gender and family. He is also interested in economic history. Arcangelo teaches quantitative business economics at undergraduate level, and applied econometrics at postgraduate level.
Aldo is an applied economist with a particular focus on development economics and economic history. Specifically, his expertise is understanding why and how societies differ in their income levels, using cutting-edge quantitative methods and historical approaches. He teaches statistical methods at undergraduate level.
Alan conducts research into economic history, with a specific intrest in Irish economic history, demography, trade, and applied econometrics. Alan teaches econometrics at undergraduate level.
Programme Director (BSc Business Economics / BSc Economics and Accounting)
Chirantan is an economic theorist, with expertise in strategic information transmission using different mediated and unmediated communication mechanisms. He teaches introductory microeconomics and quantitative methods at undergraduate level.
Rob's research interests are microeconomic theory, game theory, the theory of the social division of labour, collective goods, social and economic networks, production networks, and supply chain networks. He teaches microeconomics, game theory, the economics of markets, and networks and institutions.
Andrew is an applied economist specialising in the Northern Ireland labour market. His work is part of an ESRC-funded project on Catholic-Protestant earnings differentials in Northern Ireland.
Adviser of Study (economics programmes, levels 2 and 3)
Luís is a macroeconomist. His research concentrates on the macroeconomic analysis of the labour market. He teaches macroeconomics to both undergraduates and postgraduates.
Babak is an applied economist. His expertise is the implementation of econometric and statistical analysis methods for identifying and measuring causal effects. He makes use of regression discontinuity design, instrument variable analysis, triple differences analysis, and synthetic control methods. Babak typically works with large administrative datasets.
David's research focuses on regional and public economics, alongside economic and financial history. He is particularly interested in the economics of devolution, the long-run performance of Northern Ireland’s economy, and the UK productivity gap. David teaches topics in applied economics and economic communication to undergraduates.
Rajnish is a microeconomic theorist. He works on problems of distributive justice, cooperative and non-cooperative game theory, mechanism design, welfare economics, and network economics. He teaches industrial organisation and public economics at undergraduate level.
Sinong is interested in behavioural economics, ethical decision making and social choice theory. His research explores the moral motives in human behaviours, and the governance of personal data. He teaches statistics and econometrics to undergraduates and postgraduates.
Christopher is a health economist with over 30 years of experience in both the UK and Canada. He specialises in the field of health technology assessment. He has a joint appointment between Queen's Management School and the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences.
Duncan is a labour, health and social policy economist. He has an extensive publication record in economics and wider social science, and a track record of leading and contributing to successful research projects funded by a wide range of funders both within the UK and internationally. His teaching expertise is in labour economics and applied econometrics.
Ana Corina is an applied microeconomist, with research interest in areas of welfare economics, labour market and health economics (including epidemiology). She mostly works with large administrative data and takes a keen interest in policy advocacy issues surrounding disability, economic inactivity, and maternal employment. She has taught introductory economics at undergraduate level and applied econometrics at postgraduate level.
Adviser of Study (economics programmes, level 1)
Josué conducts research into economic theory, algorithmic game theory, experimental economics, behavioral economics, and the economics of education. He teaches introductory economics, and the economics of networks and institutions, both at undergraduate level.
Renee's primary research field is the history of economic thought. Her current research addresses the role of knowledge in development, William Thompson and John Stuart Mill on the rights of women, and the work of Bernard Mandeville and Charles Babbage. Renee teaches the history and philosophy of economics at postgraduate level.
Neil is an applied economist. He is carrying out research to understand the health and mortality impacts of outdoor air pollution in Northern Ireland using a variety of linked administrative datasets. He is also interested in the impact of exclusions on educational attainment and labour market outcomes.
Programme Director (BSc Economics / Economics with Finance)
Sonali's research interests lie in the areas of applied game theory, applied microeconomic theory, environmental economics, public economics and pricing theory. In particular, she is interested in understanding how mediation and increased commitment in a strategic situation could help achieve fairer, more efficient outcomes that lead to improved social welfare. Sonali teaches intermediate microeconomics and international economics to undergraduate students.
Programme Director (MSc Economics)
Anthony is a behavioural economist. His research focuses on incorporating empirically sound assumptions into applicable formal economic theory. His main topic of interest is social learning. He teaches mathematical techniques at undergraduate level, and economic decision making at postgraduate level.