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Lecturer/ Director of Learning and Teaching for the Business School
Dr Stephen Trotter has been a lecturer at the University of Hull since 1986.
His particular responsibilities at Hull - beyond teaching and research - have mostly been in the areas of undergraduate programme leadership and quality assurance.
The latter has included work outside the Business School, involving programmes in other subjects at Hull and also in economics at other universities.
Dr Trotter has been Director of Learning and Teaching for the Business School since the start of 2017.
He previously spent four years at the University of Liverpool as a temporary lecturer.
League tables and concentric banding: how similar are the employment and education domains of the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2010?
Nolan, M. A., Reynolds, M., & Trotter, S. (2020). League tables and concentric banding: how similar are the employment and education domains of the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2010?. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, 13(1), 257-288. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12061-019-09302-w
Does the local economic performance league table lie? Concentric banding and the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2010
Reynolds, M., Nolan, M. A., & Trotter, S. (2012). Does the local economic performance league table lie? Concentric banding and the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2010. Local Economy, 27(4), 403-418. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269094212437834
On the problem of network monopoly
McHardy, J., Reynolds, M., & Trotter, S. (2012). On the problem of network monopoly. Theory and decision, 73(2), 223-248. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11238-012-9303-x
Dr Trotter welcomes applications in public sector economics, regulated industries, transport economics and applied microeconomics.
- M M Reynolds, Theoretical Investigations into Competition, Regulation, and Integration in Transport Networks, 2002-2008 (second supervisor)
- T Fu, An exploration of ex post contract adjustment under Public Private Partnership with special investigation of the transportation industry, 2010-2014 (second supervisor for first year, then first supervisor after original first supervisor left the University)
- A Mwakibete, Factors Influencing Property Tax Collection in Tanzania: A Case Study of Kinondoni, Dodoma and Morogoro Municipalities, 2010-2015 (first supervisor)
- A Stead, Regulation and Efficiency in UK Public Utilities, 2012-2017 (joint supervisor)
Current PhD supervisions
- F Cox, The Economic Impact of Siemens' Investment in the Humber Region, 2016 to date (second supervisor)
Accounting Finance and Economics
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