University of Alicante
University of Antwerp
The University of Antwerp is a dynamic, forward-thinking, European university. We offer an innovative academic education to more than 20 000 students, conduct pioneering scientific research and play an important service-providing role in society. We are one of the largest, most international and most innovative employers in the region. With more than 6000 employees from 100 different countries, we are helping to build tomorrow's world every day. Through top scientific research, we push back boundaries and set a course for the future – a future that you can help to shape.
University of Basel
Founded in 1460, the University of Basel is the oldest university in Switzerland. The Faculty of Business and Economics was established in 1995 and is the second youngest of the overall seven faculties at the University of Basel. However, the subject of economics has already been taught for almost 150 years in Basel. The faculty maintains a high level in research and teaching, both from a national and international perspective. Our academic staff publishes in top-ranking journals and our scientific network includes various academic and non-academic collaborations in a range of disciplines and fields.
University of Bergamo
The recently established Department of Economics at the University of Bergamo has a young and rapidly growing faculty with research interests that span both theoretical and applied economics topics, statistics, and mathematics for finance. In the field of economics, the faculty provides excellence in research and teaching in industrial organization, behavioral economics, international economics, political economy, economic history, and public economics. The Department is ranked within the top 10 economics departments in Italy according to the Tilburg University Top Economics Schools Research Ranking (2017-2020). The Department offers undergraduate and master programs in highly innovative fields such as data analysis for economists and sustainable finance
University of Birmingham
The Department of Economics is one of the largest economics departments in UK and has a strong research tradition. A diverse, inclusive, and collegial group of more than 60 faculty conduct research and teaching with strengths in Applied Micro, Behavioural/Experimental economics, Environmental Economics, Econometrics, and Macroeconomics. Faculty are doing policy work on charitable giving, criminal justice and policing, taxation, and Covid policy. Teaching is at the undergraduate, masters, and PhD level. The Department is part of the Birmingham Business School. The University of Birmingham is among the world’s top 100 universities and has over 35,000 students and 5,500 faculty members.
University of Bonn
The Department of Economics at the University of Bonn is one of the best departments for economic research in Europe. In international rankings, the department has been ranked first place in Germany for several years in a row. Bonn currently hosts three high-level research clusters and six ERC grants. With our research, we want to address key challenges for our societies and contribute to public policy. When hiring new faculty members, we seek for excellence in research and teaching with a focus on training young academics. Bonn is located in the Rhineland and has an international flair as the German city of the United Nations.
University of Bristol
The School of Economics at the University of Bristol is ranked 6th among all UK Economics Departments for research excellence (REF 2014). Hosted in one of the Russel Group elite research intensive universities, the School enjoys a strong research culture within a diverse and collegial environment. With more than 70 full time academics, is a centre of excellence in both research and teaching, with a thriving cluster of academics involved in theoretical, quantitative, and applied research in all areas of economics, and in developing education pedagogy. The School is research-led, with a focus on high quality research and teaching in all areas of Economics, and is well connected to the UK and the rest of the world.
University of Copenhagen
The Department of Economics stands for research at a high international level, research-based teaching and a contribution to the international and Danish debate on economic policy. Our study programme in economics attracts bright young people who get one of the best educations in economics in Europe, who then either contribute to the community around us or choose the research route. We recruit students and researchers from Danish and international backgrounds to ensure the best possible education and the highest quality research. At the Department, there is a high level of activity. Communication is in Danish and English and we have ambitious programmes with frequent seminars, workshops and conferences with many external visiting academics.
University of East Anglia
University of Essex
The Department of Economics at the University of Essex is ranked 5th among all UK economics departments for research excellence (REF 2014). It provides a vibrant research environment with a strong collegial culture. It is a growing department with more than 50 full-time academics and distinctive clusters in microeconomics, macroeconomics, applied economics and econometrics. Applied researchers based in Department have typically strong research collaboration with other economists at the Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER). The University of Essex is ranked in the top category for teaching excellence (TEF 2017). It is located 60 miles northeast of London.
University of Geneva - Geneva Finance Research Institute
The Geneva Finance Research Institute is a multidisciplinary Finance Research Institute located at the University of Geneva that focuses on two main research topics: Portfolio Management and Corporate Governance. Its research themes build on the role that Geneva, as a financial center, plays in Portfolio Management and on the Corporate Governance concerns of society at large. The Institute’s research is multidisciplinary and encourages synergies between the GSEM, Law, Psychology and Science of Education. The Institute is fully integrated within the Swiss Finance Institute and pursues research and educational activities in finance that are complementary to the goals and missions of the SFI in terms of achieving academic excellence in finance among SFI partner universities in Switzerland.
University of Gothenburg
The Department of Economics at the University of Gothenburg offers an international environment, ranked in the top tier of Scandinavian economics departments, with around 100 faculty members from all over the world. We conduct research in a wide array of areas, including environmental economics, development economics, behavioral economics, financial economics and labor economics. Other areas of research include public economics, econometrics and health economics. We also have a long and fruitful tradition of interdisciplinary research. Our research is published in leading journals and our researchers are frequently engaged as experts by both the government and the media. We put sustainability high on the agenda, reflected in many of our courses at the PhD, Master’s and Bachelor’s programmes at the School of Business, Economics and Law.
University of Groningen
The Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) is one of the largest faculties of the University of Groningen with approximately 7,500 students. It has a strong international reputation and is AACSB and EQUIS accredited. The Department of Economics, Econometrics and Finance, embedded in the FEB, is an active and international research community, performing at the highest international level in terms of research and publications. The Department is responsible for courses in several Bachelor, Master and PhD programs. This includes a separate Bachelor's and Master’s program in Econometrics and Operations Research as well as a Faculty-wide Research Master program.
University of Kent
The School of Economics at the University of Kent has a strong and engaging research culture. It has four active research groups, produces excellent research at the highest level and has active involvement with policy-making bodies. The School is taking a leading role in teaching data science within economics programmes in the UK. The School provides a very friendly and collegial working environment. It is housed in a new purpose-built building with excellent facilities, sitting in a beautiful campus that is surrounded by greenery and overlooks the centre of historic City of Canterbury. London is very accessible by high-speed train
University of Manchester
As part of the Russell Group elite of research-intensive universities, the Economics Department is one of the top departments in the UK and enjoys fantastic research and teaching culture, within an eclectic and inclusive environment. The department hosts around 50 full-time researchers from the most diverse backgrounds and has strengths in several areas of economics, thriving on a variety of theoretical, quantitative, and applied approaches. The department has a clear research-led vocation, with the highest standards in both teaching and research. The Department is in the heart of the vibrant city of Manchester and is well connected with the rest of the UK and the world.
University of Nottingham
The School of Economics at Nottingham is placed in the world's top 40 economics departments and 6th in the UK according to the IDEAS RePEC and Tilburg University rankings, and 6th in terms of research power in the latest UK Research Evaluation Exercise. With more than 60 full time academics, the School spans the full range of specialisms in economics. Our academics are experts in their respective fields and have considerable research and policy experience. Our research is incredibly important to us and underpins everything we do, including our successful undergraduate, masters and PhD programmes. The School is recognised on an international scale, with hubs in China and Malaysia, and with its research having an impact on the decisions of policy makers around the world.