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To start on the Business Economics pathway you must take one of the following nine-month masters programmes:
Christos Genakos researches applied microeconomics; industrial organisation; competition policy and regulation; productivity and management; incentives and performance; behavioural economics.
Not available to take incoming PhD students in October 2021.
Michael Pollitt researches industrial economics; privatisation and regulation of utilities especially in electricity; the measurement of productive efficiency; the relationship between Christian ethics and best practice business behaviour.
Jochen Runde researches decision-making under extreme uncertainty, social ontology and the ontology of technology; explanation in the social sciences; innovation and entrepreneurship; institutional economics; the economics of the Austrian School.