Professor Euan Phimister
Professor Euan Phimister
Chair in Economics
Euan Phimister holds a part-time appointment as Professor of Economics in the Business School. His primary position is as Professor of Development Finance, Stellenbosch Business School, Stellenbosch University, South Africa where he is Head of Development Finance Programmes.
Before moving to Stellenbosch in 2021, he spent over 20 years as full time faculty at Aberdeen and within the Business School he has been Deputy Head of School, School Director of Research and School Director of Resources. He is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and was the first Director of the School's MSc in Petroleum, Energy Economics and Finance. He is an Honorary Associate of the James Hutton Institute and is a Panel member for Main Panel A: Sub-panel 6 (Agriculture) in the UK Research Excellence Framework 2020.
His recent work focusses on links between agriculture, energy, rural development and finance, including understanding the interrelationships between access to energy, food production in Sub-Saharan Africa, and in recent years he has been involved in a range of externally funded inter-disciplinary projects involving partners from Ethiopia, Ghana, and Uganda.
REF2014 & REF2021 Agriculture sub-panel member. Associate Editor Journal of Agricultural Economics.
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Evaluating capacity auction design for electricity: An experimental analysisEnergy EconomicsContributions to Journals: Articles
Doctor Decision Making with Time Inconsistent PatientsSocial Science and MedicineContributions to Journals: Articles
Repayment Performance of Joint-Liability Microcredits: Metropolitan Evidence on Social Capital and Group NamesBulletin of Economic ResearchContributions to Journals: Articles
- [ONLINE] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/boer.12352
Worker Incentives in the Banking IndustryJournal of Financial Services Research, vol. 61, pp. 259–284Contributions to Journals: Articles
Energy Transition in the UKCS: Modelling the Effects of Carbon Emission Charges on Upstream Petroleum OperationsEnergy Economics, vol. 108, 105898Contributions to Journals: Articles
- [ONLINE] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eneco.2022.105898
Changes in soil properties following the establishment of exclosures in Ethiopia: a meta-analysisFrontiers in Ecology and Evolution, vol. 10, 823026Contributions to Journals: Articles
Identifying priorities, targets, and actions for the long-term social and ecological management of invasive non-native speciesEnvironmental Management, vol. 69, no. 1, pp. 140-153Contributions to Journals: Articles
An optimisation model for incentivising the development of marginal oil and gas fields amidst increasingly complex ownership patterns: UKCS case studyJournal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, vol. 207, 109109Contributions to Journals: Articles
What Difference has the Cullen Report made?: Empirical Analysis of Offshore Safety Regulations in the United Kingdom’s Oil and Gas IndustryEnergy Policy, vol. 155, 112354Contributions to Journals: Articles
Unlocking the Economic Viability of Marginal UKCS Discoveries: Optimising Cluster DevelopmentsEnergy Economics, vol. 97, 105233Contributions to Journals: Articles