Prof Andrew Snell

Professor of Economics

  • School of Economics

Contact details



Room 1.10
31 Buccleuch Place

Post code


  • Office Hours:
    Tuesday 12.00 -13.00
    Wednesday 12.00 - 13.00

    Out of teaching weeks by arrangement via email


Following his PhD in econometrics at the University of Warwick, Andy Snell went on to postdoctoral work in applied economics at the University of Cambridge before finally obtaining a teaching post at Edinburgh where he has been ever since.

His main research areas are econometric theory, finance theory, applied finance and macroeconomics.

Andy is Admissions Director of the MSc in Economics. This degree, which forms the first year of a 1+3 MSc and PhD programme, operates under the auspices of the Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics - an eight-university consortium consisting of the departments of economics from all eight pre-1992 Scottish Universities.

Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics

Current research interests

Econometric theory, Labour economics, Macroeconomics

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