The School has a thriving research community that you can be part of. Our staff produce world-class research, publish regularly in leading academic journals and foster generative research partnerships around the world. … Read more
A PhD-led platform to communicate interdisciplinary research!
Kent’s Centre for World Affairs (KCWA) aims to connecting disciplines within the Human and Social Sciences Division. Kent’s Centre for World Affairs (KCWA) is a … Read more
New Development Economics MSc research placement opportunity in Bangladesh
We launch an exciting new dimension to our Development Economics MSc: enabling students to take advantage of research expertise on economic development in South Asia … Read more
North Thanet MP Visits to hear Funded Covid-19-related Research
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) teamed up with the University of Kent to present funded COVID-19-related research to local MP Sir Roger Gale. Meeting In-Person, … Read more
Thinking about a Master’s in Economics?
Event: Monday 12 July at 2pm on Zoom Are you considering a Master’s degree in Economics? Did you know that the School of Economics at … Read more
Miguel Leon-Ledesma receives Divisional Research Mentor Award, 2021
The Human and Social Sciences Divisional Research Mentor Award 2021 has been jointly awarded to Professor Miguel Leon-Ledesma (Economics) and Professor Ayşe Üskül (Psychology). Congratulations … Read more
Yannis Galankis wins People’s Choice at the Researcher’s Showcase
This year, PhD student Yannis Galankis participated in the “Research Creative” category of the Researchers Showcase competitions! His entry was a video teaser of my recent … Read more
PhD candidate Yannis Galankis takes part in the 2021 Kent Researchers’ Showcase
The 2021 Kent Researchers’ Showcase started earlier this week – an amazing opportunity to share our research and communicate our results. This year, I am … Read more
April News RoundUp
April: the spring term ended, the exam season started, the sun shone, the snow fell, we could get a haircut again or sit outside freezing … Read more
Have Social Distancing Measures Led to an Increase in Inequality in Latin America and The Carribean?
PhD candidate from the School of Economics Werner Pena has had a paper entitled ‘The Distributional Consequences of Social Distancing on Poverty and Labour Income … Read more