Jaffrey Chair of Political Economy
Catia joined the University of Aberdeen in June 2013 as Professor of Economics. She was awarded the Jaffrey Chair of Political Economy in 2018. She previously held appointments at the University of Glasgow and at the University of Dundee where she held a Personal Chair in Economics.
Catia is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
Memberships and Affiliations
- Internal Memberships
Member of the Centre for European Labour Market Research and of the Aberdeen Centre for Research in Energy Economics and Finance
- External Memberships
- Fellow, Academy of the Social Sciences
- External Research Fellow, Centre for Research on Globalisation and Economic Policy, University of Nottingham
- Network Member InsTED - Institutions, Trade and Economic Development
- Firms in the Global Economy
- Labour Markets, Trade and FDI
- Labour Markets and Health
- Globalisation and the Welfare State
- Globalisation, Economic Insecurity and Wellbeing
Funding and Grants
Recent Major Research Grants
- 2015-2018: "Globalisation, Labour Markets and the Welfare State", NORFACE Welfare State Futures (€ 807,446) - Project PI, with Holger Görg (IFW-Kiel) and Fredrik Sjöholm (Lund University).
- 2014 -2018: “Skill Mismatches and Competitiveness: Workers, Firms and Industries”, ESRC/Scottish Government +3 Collaborative Scholarship – student Pietropaolo Vanin (First supervisor, with Keith Bender).
- 2012-16: “Welfare, Wealth and Work for Europe” (http://www.foreurope.eu/), (with H. Molana and Y-F Chen from the University of Dundee) – EU Cooperation Programme / Theme 8 / Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities (Call ID “FP7-SSH-2011-1”), total bid value € 8.5 million involving 33 institutions from 12 European Countries).
- 2010 -: "The Effects of Economic Insecurity on Health and Wellbeing", ESRC 1+3 Studentship Competition – student Daniel Kopasker.
- International Economics (EC3024, Course Coordinator)
- Industrial Economics (EC3522)
- International Trade (Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics MSc)
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