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Economics PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Newcastle

We have 14 Economics PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Newcastle

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We have 14 Economics PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Newcastle

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The Economics of Discrimination (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/AFM/SILLES1)

Economists have long been interested in the presence of discrimination in markets. Labour market discrimination has been of particular concern because labour earnings are by far the most important source of income that individuals can obtain from their own resources. Read more

Measuring and managing what counts - implementing the wellbeing approach to government and governance (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/LHRM/FRENCH)

Governments, international organisations and social alliances are increasingly adopting high-level ‘outcomes’ or ‘wellbeing’ frameworks to catalyse transitions toward sustainable development (Sachs 2012) and collective wellbeing (Stiglitz 2019; Costanza et al. Read more

Reverse Logistics and Inclusive growth in sustainable supply chains in the UK: Are we there yet? (Advert Reference: SF21/BL/MOS/MA)

Although most of the research on logistics and supply chain management has focused on forward logistics, the area of reverse logistics (RL) is gaining increasing attention and becoming more important in recent years (Govindan and Solemani, 2017). Read more

Industrial transition and regional policy: The North East Industrial Cluster, 1920-2020 (Advert Reference: SF21/BL/EIS/WILSON)

Over the course of the last 100 years, industry in the North East of England has undergone a radical transformation, moving away from its traditional reliance on coalmining, shipbuilding and heavy engineering towards digital technologies, tourism and other service sectors. Read more

Rural Housing Demand and Rural Economic Change (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/EIS/BOSWORTH)

Counterurbanisation has been associated with significant rural economic change, stimulating increased attention on the impact of in-migrant commuters and retirees on rural social geography (Lowe and Ward, 2009). Read more

Corruption prevention commitment determinants and consequences (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/AFM/SARHAN)

Pandora papers and FinCEN files reveal that corruption has become a rising trend globally. Developing countries’ resources are exhausted, and developed countries (e.g., the UK) are used as hubs for tax avoidance and money laundry. Read more

Community Cohesion & Regional Economic Development: Parallel Roads or Congruent Paths? (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/AFM/CABRAS1)

The achievement of economic growth and development at regional and sub-regional level has been significantly researched in the past, particularly about what concerns the development of sustainable solutions aimed at maximising outcomes by involving different stakeholders at different levels in the economic processes. Read more
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