Economic policy; social divisions and inequalities; economic sociology; social statistics
About this Fellow
Economics of business: theories of entrepreneurship and international business, with historical applications to medieval towns and industries, Victorian railways and twentieth-century multinational firms
- Professor of Economics and Director, Centre for Institutions and Economic History, University of Reading
Applied Economics Mathematical Economics Intellectual Property and Information Law Political Economics
Economics South Asia India Political Economics USA, Canada and/or Mexico
The economics of industry, regulation of network utilities, competition policy, pricing strategy, markets with boundedly rational consumers.