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Edward Cartwright

The Effects of AI on the Professions: A Literature Repository

The Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ artificial intelligence (AIinPR) panel has published a literature repository following an intensive 12-month review of nearly 200 global publications on AI and its impact on the professions. It includes academic and popular cultural sources…. Continue Reading →

Economic poverty and inequality in Leicestershire: Challenges and solutions

Poverty, economic exclusion and inequality are a stark reality in Leicestershire and elsewhere in the UK. Homelessness, the use of foodbanks and the wide gaps in employment, attainment and opportunities across regions are just some of the visible signs of… Continue Reading →

Nudge for good at the Leicester Business Festival

IAESV recently hosted an event at the Leicester Business Festival on ‘Nudge for good: Harnessing behavioural science to inform business, charity and policy’. Behavioural science provides a powerful way to deepen our understanding of the drivers of human behaviour. In… Continue Reading →

Long run relationship between foreign direct investment and economic growth

A recent paper by Marcel Ausloos, Ali Eskandary, Parmjit Kaur and Gurjeet Dhesi, published in Physica A, explores the relationship between Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and economic growth. The paper considers an often forgotten relationship, the time delay between a… Continue Reading →

International Trade, Environmental Regulation, and Environmental Quality: Evidence from China

Zheng Wang has secured funding for a project on ‘International Trade, Environmental Regulation, and Environmental Quality: Evidence from China’. The project is joint with Limin Du (Zhejiang University), will run from January 2020 to December 2023, and is funded by… Continue Reading →

Corporate Social Responsibility in Leicestershire

The Institute for Applied Economics and Social Value is collaborating with ThinkCSR and Ethical Business Exchange to undertake an audit of corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities in the local region. The project is being led by Chris Shaw (Director of… Continue Reading →

Summer School on the Human Aspects of Cyber-Crime and Online Fraud

The Institute co-sponsored this summer school alongside the Kent Interdisciplinary Research Centre in Cyber Security (KirCCS) and International Association for Research in Economic Psychology. The summer school took place in July 2019 at the University of Kent in Canterbury with around 30 participants… Continue Reading →

Workshop on Economics for the Social Good

The Institute held a two day Workshop on Economics for the Social Good on 4th and 5th July. We are grateful to the Royal Economic Society for part funding the workshop. The workshop highlighted some of the positive things that… Continue Reading →

DMU Global trip to the OECD in Paris

Last week a number of our second year economics students went on a DMU Global trip to Paris. The highlight of the trip was a visit to the OECD Headquarters. Students were given a tour of the Chateau de la… Continue Reading →

Framing effects in public good games: Choices or externalities?

A paper by Edward Cartwright and Abhijit Ramalingam, recently published in Economics Letters, provides new experimental evidence on framing effects in public good games. The trade-offs from an individual contributing to a group task can be framed in different ways…. Continue Reading →

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