21 May 2019 from 11:00 to 12:30

U.S.E. Seminar with Simon Rudkin, Swansea University

Dr Simon Rudkin obtained his PhD in Economics with a dissertation that explored the micro-theoretical aspects of supermarket competition and empirically investigated the welfare implications thereof.

He is a passionate believer that Economics can contribute actively to a wealth of societal issues his subsequent projects have been defined by a desire to bring together concepts from across the discipline to advance broader understanding.

To this effect he has works on Chinese real estate investment and inbound tourism expenditure. Current projects include explorations of the potential for big data techniques within economics, analysis of innovation in conjunction with the expansion of infrastructure in China, and works which consider financial and management applications of econometrics.

Start date and time
21 May 2019 11:00
End date and time
21 May 2019 12:30