Research in this field explores accounting and finance in connection to people, business and society. We utilise a variety of advanced quantitative and qualitative methods to study the crucial role of finance in a variety of relevant and inter-related settings.
Our team’s expertise in the study of security prices and markets using advanced quantitative (big data) methods has led to a strong record in investigating the governance and financing of companies and financial institutions.
Economics research at the school is similarly innovative and policy-oriented; exploring a variety of topics and themes in conjunction with active interdisciplinary and international collaborations. Research areas in economics include, but are not restricted to, development economics, environmental economics, international finance, microeconomics, macroeconomics, labour economics, transport economics and energy markets.
Our group’s research is frequently published in leading peer-reviewed journals and presented at reputable conferences and forums. We also host the prestigious JSG Wilson Lecture – attracting world-renowned speakers – and run an established seminar series.