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Economic forecasting under macroeconomic uncertainty

Dr Ana Galvao | 01 October 2013

Macroeconomic forecasts are essential inputs in economic decisions, and they are computed based on models able to capture regularity in past data. Forecasting models are developed based on different assumptions about the economic structure and the st ...

Forecasting and decision making under uncertainty

Miss Yun Shin Lee | Management & Business Studies | 01 October 2011

Dr yun shin lee’s research focuses on forecasting and decision making under uncertainty. Her first research focus is on examining the development of flexibility in infrastructure design to better manage unforeseeably changing circumstances. In ...

Return migrants and international knowledge flows: china and the uk

Professor Xiaohui Liu | Management & Business Studies | 01 July 2011

This project aims to fill a major gap in research and policy which has mainly focused on foreign direct investment and trade-related international knowledge flows. However, the rise of return migrants has challenged this traditional dominant focus. D ...

Ccp visiting scholar

Professor Catherine Waddams | Political Science | 20 May 2011

State aid control and the european commission: national compliance or supranational coexistence?  - research visit by nikolaos zahariadisState aid policy remains the most politically contentious aspect of europe's competition policy. Whereas in ...

Engaging business elites from the travel and tourism sector

Professor Rhodri Thomas | Management & Business Studies | 01 November 2010

Building on recent esrc funded research (res-186-27-0015) into knowledge acquisition by business elites who belonged to the institute of travel and tourism (itt), the objectives of this follow-on project were to: develop better understanding am ...

Macroeconomic forecasting in turbulent times

Professor Gary Koop | Economics | 01 October 2010

Traditional forecasting procedures can perform poorly, particularly in times of rapid change. This research will develop new forecasting methods which should, in theory, work well in such times. In a series of empirical forecasting exercises, these n ...

Scottish economics and social science knowledge exchange network

Dr Siobhan Jordan | Management & Business Studies | 01 September 2010

The governments in scotland and uk are committed to a knowledge economy where the universities are an important mechanism for generating and preserving, disseminating and transforming knowledge into wider social and economic benefits from improved he ...

Centre for market and public organisation video production

Professor Simon Burgess | Economics | 01 July 2010

The aim of this project is to produce a series of short videos presenting the research of the centre for market and public organisation to policy-makers, stakeholders and the public. Our aim is that these films will be the first in a developing serie ...

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