Economics Annual Review

The Economics Annual Review for 2014-2015 is now available.

This year’s issue includes an interview with Professor Oriana Bandiera, an article commemorating the Nobel Prize winning economist Sir William Arthur Lewis, briefings by the Research Centres, and Professor Nicholas Barr talking about the adventures and achievements of Bill Phillips, famous as the originator of the Phillips Curve and known as the 'Indiana Jones' of economists, as well as the usual lists of prize-winners, new appointments, research students, and selected publications.


About the Economics Annual Review 

The first publication of its type produced by the Economics Department, the Review aims to keep our alumni, visitors and friends updated on the Department’s activities during the previous academic year.  It contains news of internal and external appointments, awards, student prizes, public events and selected publications, as well as staff and student profiles, and articles on the various initiatives with which the Department has been involved throughout the year.

The Review has been designed as an electronic publication, and can either be read online, or downloaded into Kindle, iBooks or any other PDF reader, but a number of hardcopies have also been produced.  If you would like one of these, please contact the Departmental Office at


Economics Annual Review 2014-2015

 Front cover of the Economics Annual Review 2014-2015    Contents of Economics Annual Review 2014-2015


Economics Annual Review 2013-2014

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Economics Annual Review 2012-2013

Economics Review 2012-2013 Front page    Economics Review 2012-2013 Contents page


Economics Annual Review 2011-2012

Economics Review 2011-2012    Economics Review 2011-2012 contents