Cardiff University first opened its doors on October 24, 1883 and is now recognised in independent government assessments as one of Britain's leading teaching and research universities.
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Cardiff Business School
The Economics section of Cardiff Business School is responsible for the teaching and research in economics at Cardiff University. A variety of programmes are available at undergraduate and postgraduate level, together with a 2+2 PhD programme.
The section has 33 faculty (including 16 professors) whose research interests include: macroeconomics; finance; econometrics; labour; trade; growth and development; R&D and innovations; regional and industrial economics; and economic and business history. They are involved with a number of Business School institutes and centres, including:
- Julian Hodge Institute of Applied Macroeconomics
- Welsh Institute of Research in Economics and Development
- Welsh Economy Research Unit
- Accounting and Business History Research Unit
The research activity of members of the section has resulted in publications in a wide range of economics, econometrics and economic/business history journals.
The faculty is also heavily involved in policy-relevant work, including participation in the IEA Shadow Monetary Policy Committee, advice to WAG, and related studies on projects in Wales.