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Here you can find more information about how the work of the Institute is integrated with teaching in the Leicester Castle Business School.

Gender imbalance and ideological bias in economics.

Our second year economics undergraduates were asked to write an essay on the topic: Identify the main concerns that are raised by the evident gender imbalance in economics? How does gender relate to ideological bias in economics? Here we have… Continue Reading →

Marketing methodology workshop

On the 9th November the Consumers, Markets and Society group is hosting a workshop on the Nature of Academic Knowledge: Understanding How Any Research Methodology Is Dependent on Its Underpinning Ontological & Epistemological Assumptions. The workshop is from 10am-3pm and… 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 →

Economic solutions – Tackling youth unemployment in a post-Covid world

Colleagues and students from economics recently got together for Q&A session on youth unemployment in the aftermath of coronavirus. The session was chaired by our PhD student Andrews Darko. You can watch the playback on YouTube. Edward Cartwright kicked off… Continue Reading →

Improving behaviour towards a more environment-friendly future in Leicester

In our behavioural economics module we held an essay writing competition. The brief was to come up with a practical way of changing behaviour in Leicester towards a more sustainable future. We are delighted to say that the winner is… Continue Reading →

How Economics Can Be Used to Understand the Poverty Trap and How to Overcome It

In the week where we celebrate our latest cohort of economics graduates we are announcing the top entries in this year’s IAESV blogpost competition. And the winner is (cue the drum-roll), second year undergraduate, Niamh Underhill. Here is the blog… Continue Reading →

Organ donation, the societal issue solved by behavioural economics?

In the week where we celebrate our latest cohort of economics graduates, we are also releasing the results of this years IAESV Economics Blogpost Competition. This year’s runner up is Charlotte Cracknell, a final year undergraduate. Here is her submission:… Continue Reading →

Student visit to the IFS

A delegation of our economics students recently visited the Institute of Fiscal Studies to attend the ‘Public Economics Lectures’. They heard talks by IFS experts in a range of different fields of public economics. This was great experience for students… 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 →

Economics Networking Event

On Wednesday we welcomed back a number of DMU alumni to share their experience with current students. The afternoon began with a chance to network and enjoy the unlimited supply of doughnuts. Then the alumni answered a range of questions… Continue Reading →

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