After a quiet year on campus with most learning and working from home, it was amazing to see the Canterbury campus come back to life … Read more
Month: September 2021
Long-term effects of job loss on male health: BMI and other health behaviours
Just as the furlough scheme comes to an end in the UK and as other countries gradually reduce their Covid 19 support, Dr Olena Nizalova … Read more
Gschwandtner’s ‘The Role of Delayed Gratification’ study garners global press attention.
Adelina Gschwandtner’s collaboration with Sarah Jewell & Uma S. Kambhampati considering the impact of two measures of lifestyle —the consumption of fruit and vegetables and … Read more
Federalism, but how? The impact of vertical fiscal imbalance on economic growth. Evidence from Belgium
A new paper published by Alessio Mitra, PhD candidate in Economics at Kent, shows how a how a fiscally unbalanced federal system can be used … Read more
The Guardian ‘Best Universities’ rankings are released and the School of Economics is placed at 19.
‘Our strong performance in the Guardian University 2022 rankings demonstrates our commitment to deliver high quality teaching and support to our community of students.’ The … Read more
The Division of Human and Social Sciences Hybrid Research Away-Day
The Schools of Economics, Politics and International Relations, Psychology, and Anthropology and Conservation met to discuss their many dynamic research groups, with a view to … Read more
Gschwandtner study considers the consumption of fruit and vegetables and doing exercise – on happiness.
Adelina Gschwandtner collaborates with Sarah Jewell and Uma Kambhampati on this paper, Lifestyle and Life Satisfaction: The Role of Delayed Gratifcation, accepted for publication in … Read more
Your School of Economics Postgraduate Welcome Week 2021 schedule is out now!
The time has come to start your postgraduate degree! And the School of Economics is here to make that transition as smooth as possible. Get … Read more
Your School of Economics Undergraduate Welcome Week 2021 schedule is out now!
The time has come to start your degree! And the School of Economics is here to make that transition as smooth as possible. Get started … Read more
Effective COVID-19 policy is not only about public health, but also about economics
Professor Miltos Makris collaborates again with Dr Flavio Toxvaerd summarising the economic approach to contagious diseases for NIESR. The COVID-19 pandemic emerged as a health … Read more