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Join the world-leading sustainability experts

29 January 2015

Green Behavior: Re-thinking Policy for Sustainability 2015 WASD International ConferenceWorld Association for Sustainable Development (WASD)Muğla...


New paper on gender-progressive reforms to inheritance law in India from Sussex economist

16 January 2015

Dr Sanchari Roy, Lecturer in Economics, has had a new paper published in the Journal of Development Economics titled Empowering Women?...


The Guardian UK 300 Survey

6 January 2015

trendence UK are inviting you to take part in their survey. They use the results of the survey to produce the rankings in The Guardian UK 300...


Great improvement in research quality in economics

18 December 2014

The Department of Economics has seen a significant improvement in the latest Research Excellence Framework


Accounting and Finance subject group welcomes Prof Ranko Jelic

3 December 2014

The Accounting and Finance subject group is delighted to announce the appointment of Prof Ranko Jelic as a new Professor in Finance, starting in...


'Stand-Up Economist' delights faculty and students with comedy gig

28 November 2014

On 12 November 2014, the Department of Economics welcomed Yoram Bauman, PhD - 'the world's first and only Stand-Up Economist' - for an...


BMEc Placements Team shortlisted for National Undergraduate Employability award

24 November 2014

The BMEc Placements Team have been shortlisted for a National Undergraduate Employability (NUE) award for 'Most Improved Commitment to Employability'.


Sussex economist appointed to chair investigation into retail banking

14 November 2014

Sussex economist Prof Alasdair Smith is to chair an independent investigation into competition in retail banking.


Speed meetings with the Institute of Chartered Accountants England and Wales (ICAEW)

10 November 2014

On Thursday 6 November, the School of Business, Management and Economics co-hosted an evening of speed-networking meetings with the Institute of...


Study puts price tag on informal caregiving for elderly in the USA

31 October 2014

Informal caregiving of elderly people by friends and relatives in the USA costs $522 billion a year, finds a new study led by a Sussex economist.


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