Research at the Department of Economics

We are committed to providing teaching and supervision to Ph.D. candidates at the highest international level

The research activities of the Department cover a wide range of topics in the fields of microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics. There are weekly seminars in all main fields given by top scholars from around the world, and a large number of high profile short-term and long-term visitors and post-doctoral fellows.

Research and supervision areas:

Banking regulation and supervision

Behavioural economics

Capital market integration, banking and monetary unions

Dynamic contracts

Economic measurement, survey design and economic data collection

Economics of learning and artificial intelligence

Economics of education

Political processes: elections, legislatures and voting behaviour

Economics of innovation

  • Portrait picture of David Levine

    David Levine

    Full-time Professor - Joint Chair

    Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

    Department of Economics

Economics of information

Economics of organizations and personnel

Firm dynamics

Environmental economics

  • Portrait picture of David Levine

    David Levine

    Full-time Professor - Joint Chair

    Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

    Department of Economics

Macro and corporate finance

Game theory

Gender studies

Growth and development economics

Health economics

Household finance, consumption and saving

Income distribution, living standards and social mobility

Industrial organization and competition policy

International economics

Labour economics, industrial relations and social insurance

Macroecononomics and finance

Mechanism design

  • Portrait picture of David Levine

    David Levine

    Full-time Professor - Joint Chair

    Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

    Department of Economics

Microeconomic theory

Macroeconometrics

Microeconometrics and causal inference

Monetary and fiscal policies and institutions

(with emphasis on the EU)

Political economy


Page last updated on 21/06/2021

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