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Remittance and Climate Change Adaptability in Bangladesh

In July DMU co-hosted a Stakeholders Workshop on remittance and climate change adaptability in Bangladesh, joint with the University of Chittagong, Bangladesh. The workshop was held as part of a GCRF project led by Dr Samsul Alam, Dr Godwin Okafor,… Continue Reading →

Students can apply to join our economic data analysis scheme

We are looking for up to 10 students to join our economic data analysis scheme. Under the scheme students will receive a package of training and mentoring, and become a ‘community reporter’ for the IAESV East Midlands Economic Data Repository…. Continue Reading →

Estimating the impact of international trade on air pollution in China

Dr Zheng Wang’s single-authored paper, “Blame the Foreigners? Exports and Dioxide Emissions in China”, has been published by Environmental and Resource Economics, the official journal of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists. The full text of the paper can… Continue Reading →

Opinion Piece: US-China Tensions and Talent Flows

The US-China relations are one of the defining international relations in the 21st century. While the world seems to be increasingly polarised around these two poles, how do the current tensions between these two super powers affect the flows of… Continue Reading →

Best paper award at annual RADMA R&D management conference

Congratulations – our colleague Dr Esh Trushin’s co-authored paper “A new prize platform model of R&D for neglected diseases” (with Prof. Brigitte Evelyne Granville of Queen Mary, University of London) has been awarded with the best paper in track “Platform… Continue Reading →

Import competition and firm innovation: Evidence from China

Dr Tuan Luong and co-authors have published a recent paper in the Journal of Development Economics looking at whether and how import competition affects firm innovation. This paper re-examines the effect of import competition on firm innovation in the context… Continue Reading →

Exploring the theories, determinants and policy options of street vending: A demand-side approach

A recent paper by Dr Eghosa Igudia explores the demand side of street vending, using data from Lagos state, Nigeria. The paper was shortlisted for the Urban Studies 2020 best paper award. Street vending has become an increasingly common feature… Continue Reading →

Census 2021: Unpaid care

This is the second in a series of blogposts that will look back at the 2011 census and ask what might be different this time around. Today’s topic is the huge issue of unpaid care. A person provides unpaid care if… Continue Reading →

Census 2021: How do people travel to work

With the official census date of 21st March 2021 I will be writing a series of short blogposts looking back on the results from 2011 and asking what might be different this time around. This series is partly to support… Continue Reading →

Census 2021. We asked people why it is important to fill in the census, and this is what they said

We ran a survey of the UK population on the 8th March as part of an ongoing project between IAESV and CURA to track attitudes and views during the coronavirus pandemic. In the survey we asked some questions about the… Continue Reading →

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