The Leeds University Business School (LUBS) is a leading, full-service business school, regularly world ranked by the Financial Times and The Economist, making the LUBS one of the most influential schools in Europe. The LUBS holds the ‘Triple Crown’ accreditations from AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS, placing it in the top 1% of business schools globally. The LUBS delivers undergraduate, masters, MBA, PhD and executive education study, to over 3000 students from around 100 countries.
The LUBS is a faculty of the University of Leeds, one of the leading higher education institutions in the UK, ranked in the Top 100 universities in the world (QS rankings 2016/17) and a member of the prestigious Russell Group of research-intensive UK universities. The University of Leeds holds three high profile national awards for enterprise and entrepreneurship.
The Economics Division of the LUBS offers a pluralistic environment. It is specialised in the following spheres:
- Monetary and Macro Economics
- Comparative Economics
- Industrial Organization
- The Economics of Education
- Development Economics
- Workplace governance, employee voice and job quality
- Labour economics
- History of economic thought
The Economics Division has a thriving group of postgraduate students from all over the world. Economics PhD students have received competitive scholarships from the ESRC, the EPSRC and the Canon Collins Trust, and field research, conference and exchange visit funding from the World Universities Network (WUN) and from several international learned societies. Economics Divisions’ PhD students have found employment at the Bank of England, the World Bank, major international accounting firms and universities in the UK and abroad.
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