This month we caught up with alumni, used Mindfulness to sharpen our focus, and discussed the price of Freddos. Climate-Smart Agriculture can Mitigate Climate Change … Read more
Month: January 2023
From Student to Professional: How to Get an Internship While in University
As a student, internships can be a valuable way to gain experience and build your professional network. I have personally obtained internships at Goldman Sachs, … Read more
HSS Inaugural Lecture Series 2023
We are delighted to announce our first Divisional inaugural lecture series. These lectures are a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the success of our recent professors, … Read more
We are listening to you!
We are very proud to say that the Kennedy Building is the home of Economics. It is a fantastic, modern building, with numerous social and … Read more
Mindfulness for Economists
Evidence shows and students have given testimonials in the past, about how Mindfulness has helped them with the ability to focus (and hence to procrastinate … Read more
Economics, everywhere: seeing and using economics in your everyday and professional life.
Dr. Jack Meaning is a Senior Economist at the Bank of England and has been the Economic Advisor to two Bank of England Chief Economists. … Read more
Measuring and Mitigating Smallholder Farmers’ Ambiguity Aversion to Climate-Smart Agriculture in Ghana
Dr Adelina Gschwandtner, Dr Christian Crentsil and Professor Zaki Wahhaj are piloting an innovative approach to understanding the impact of ambiguity in an ongoing study with smallholder farmers … Read more
After Kent – Economics Lecturer, Mahreen Mahmud.
By studying an Economics PhD, Mahreen gained the skills and knowledge to pursue a career as an academic. Mahreen enjoys how varied and flexible their … Read more
After Kent – Economist and Professor of Economics, Cristiano Cantore
Cristiano Cantore learnt how to approach research, write academic papers, and teach during his Economics PhD. This paved the way into a career, via a … Read more