Professor Keith Bender joins IZA network as a Research Fellow
IZA is a nonprofit research institute and the leading international network in labor economics, comprising more than 1,600 scholars from around the world.
Dr Takahiko Kiso receives honourable mention at the EAERE Awards for Environmental Economics
A recent paper by Dr Takahiko Kiso, lecturer at the University of Aberdeen and member of the Aberdeen Centre for Research in Energy Economics and Finance (ACREEF), has received an honourable mention at the EAERE Award for the Best Paper Published in Environmental and Resource Economics in 2019. The paper...
How will coronavirus affect the UK's oil and gas industry?
The oil and gas sector is wrestling with the dual shock of COVID-19 and substantial falls in the oil price, some of which predated the crisis. What are the implications for the industry - and for exploration and development activity in the UK continental shelf (UKCS)? Two recent studies of...
Study predicts sharp decrease in UKCS medium- and long-term production following oil price collapse
A study examining the prospects for activity in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) has projected a sharp decrease in medium- and long-term production from 2019-2050. The findings are consistent with substantial job losses and many undeveloped discoveries, said co-author Alex Kemp, Professor of Petroleum Economics at the University of Aberdeen...
Welfare state research project showcased at international workshop
The results of a pan-European research project looking at the future of the welfare state were unveiled at a workshop that brought leading international economists to the University of Aberdeen Business School.
PhD opportunities and scholarships in the Business School
The Business School is pleased to offer a number of PhD projects funded by University of Aberdeen Elphinstone Scholarships.
Economics prizes - six top achievers celebrate their achievements
Six of the best performing Economics undergraduates have their achievements recognised.