New PhD scholarships are available for study in the Fraser of Allander Institute, University of Strathclyde.
Regional Migration (supervised by: Marco Alfano and Graeme Roy)
Migration has been central to much of the political upheaval over the last year. This project will investigate the pattern of migration to Scotland and the UK to help improve our understanding of the economic characteristics of migrants, their impact on the economy and relevant policy implications.
Developing econometric forecasting models for the UK regions using Bayesian methods (supervised by: Gary Koop and Stuart McIntyre)
Timely economic forecasts are critical for improving our understanding of the modern economy. This project will develop mixed-frequency econometric models to forecast UK regional economic variables using Bayesian methods.
The Macroeconomic effects of inclusive growth (supervised by: Katerina Lisenkova and Graeme Roy)
The role of inequality as a driver of growth is gaining traction. This project will analyse the macroeconomic effects of the Scottish Government’s ‘inclusive growth’ agenda via a multi-sectoral macroeconomic modelling framework.
Published: 21 December 2016