Recent news and announcements from the School of Economics.
Professor John Moore wins Frontiers of Knowledge Award
Professor John Moore has won the prestigious 2020 BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award.
Incident on campus: our message to students
A message to our community in response to an incident on Friday 11 December, and where to get support.
Share your festive scene to win prizes this December! #econchristmas
Share you festive/winter scenes by Monday 14th to be in with a chance to win some goodies! #econchristmas
Student Event: Lockdown Accounting & Working from Home in Developing Countries
We invite students to a special talk by Jan Grobovšek on his latest research on the Economics of COVID-19.
Let’s talk mental health and wellbeing
From 9th to 27th of November the School of Economics is focusing on Mental Health and Wellbeing. We will be hosting 2 major event - sign up now!
John Moore Keynote Lecture at CESifo Area Conference
This is a video recording of John Moore’s Keynote Lecture “Credit Horizons” — based on joint research with Nobuhiro Kiyotaki (Princeton) and Shengxing Zhang (LSE) — delivered at the CESifo Area Conference on Money, Macro, and International Finance held in Munich on 23 July 2020.
New faces in the School of Economics
We are delighted to welcome six new lecturers to the department after the summer.
Maia Guell elected to Royal Economic Society Council
Congratulations to Professor Maia Guell who has been elected to the Royal Economic Society Council for 2020-2025.
Lorna Quickfall on why empowering students matters
In a Mini-Series on Embedding Belonging in the Classroom, Lorna Quickfall from the School of Economics, explains the relationship between empowering students as confident learners and students’ sense of belonging.
Economic Democracy: The Cooperative Alternative | On-line course
Receive an instructor-signed certificate to verify your achievement and increase your job prospects.