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    Wyn Morgan advises House of Lords

    Professor Wyn Morgan recently gave evidence to the House of Lords EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee on helping to create a more resilient agricultural sector.

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  • In this blog post for the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) Dr Jonathan Perraton writes  that current economic trends suggest the UK may need to be prepared for a period of weak, and potentially zero economic growth.

    This article is located in a different section of the University of Sheffield website.

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    Dr Moreno-Serra wins AEA best policy paper

    Research by Dr Rodrigo Moreno-Serra together with his co-authors received an award for the 2016 best paper in the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.

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    Professor Paul Mosley runs fifteenth Sheffield Half Marathon

    Professor Paul Mosley successfully completed the 2016 Sheffield Half Marathon on Sunday 10 April 2016, raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

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    In the blog post for the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) Dr Georgios Efthyvoulou highlights a major new study on the barriers to innovation that face firms from across Europe

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    This article is located in a different section of the University of Sheffield website.

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    Royal Economics Society Annual Conference 2016

    Staff from the Department of Economics were invited to present their research at the Royal Economics Society Annual Conference in Brighton 2016.

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    Blog post: Why do growing economies continue to pollute the environment?

    In this new post Dr Eugenia Vella and her co-authors attempt to explain why fast-growing economies an end up polluting the environment, despite experiencing technological progress that could have been used to generate revenues for cleaning the environment.

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    This article is located on a different website.

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    Cricket World Cup organisers warned thrashings are killing One Day Internationals

    A new study from the Department of Economics and colleagues at Nottingham University Business School has cast fresh doubt on the future of One-Day International cricket by revealing the key drivers behind spectators’ dwindling enthusiasm for the format.

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    Engaging students with Alternative Economics

    The Alternative Economics student society at the University of Sheffield is leading on a series of events to promote student engagement in the economics discpline.

    Categorised under: Sheffield and Events

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    Steve McIntosh promoted to Professor of Economics

    Steve McIntosh has recently been promoted to Professor of Economics in recognition of his contribution to the discipline here at the University of Sheffield.

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    Health burden of the daily commute

    Research involving Prof. Jennifer Roberts measures the burden of commuting on health and well-being.

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    Financial struggle connected to neighbourhoods

    Prof. Sarah Brown's research investigates the association between repayment behaviour at the household level and neighbourhood ties.

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    Olivia Wills G20 summit

    Olivia Wills was one of a team of University of Sheffield students that worked as Policy Analysts at the G20 summit in Antalya, Turkey in November 2015.

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    2015 Knoop Lecture Vince Cable

    Former Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills Rt Hon Sir Vince Cable laid down his analysis of Britain’s current economic state.

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    Vocational Training: Adding Value to the UK Economy

    Economists at the University of Sheffield are playing a pivotal role in discovering which vocational training courses add the biggest value to the UK economy.