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CHUDE

The Conference of Heads of University Departments of Economics (CHUDE) works to promote the research and teaching of economics in the UK.  It was established by the Society in 1987 in collaboration with the Association of University Teachers of Economics.  

CHUDE consists of heads of economics and related departments and units at UK universities and meets twice a year in April and November.  There are currently around 100 members.  A steering committee acts on behalf of the full conference between the main meetings.

The conference usually acts as the lead for the Society on providing feedback on consultations and is happy to consider items of academic interest to be circulated to its members.

2024 meetings

CHUDE Steering Group – Friday, 01 March 2024, 10:30am – 12:30pm via Zoom 

CHUDE Full Meeting – At the RES Annual Conference 2024 on Monday, 25 March 2024, hybrid

CHUDE Autumn Steering Group Meeting – TBC

CHDEU Autumn Full Meeting – Friday, 18 October 2024 CHUDE Full meeting, Zoom, 10:30am – 12:30pm

Steering Group members

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Dr Emiliya Lazarova

Chair of CHUDE

Emiliya Lazarova is the Head of School of Economics and Associate Professor in Economics at UEA. Emiliya’s main research contribution is in coalition formation and matching theory and she pursues a wider agenda in applied theory. Emiliya is a member of the Royal Economic Society Schools Outreach Sub-Committee. Emiliya is also a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

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Prof Mary S Morgan

President

Mary is the Albert O. Hirschman Professor of History and Philosophy of Economics at the London School of Economics; she is a Fellow of the British Academy (and served as Vice President 2014-8), and an Overseas Fellow of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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Prof Jo Swaffield

Chair of Women’s Committee (co-opted) | University of Southampton

Jo is Professor of Economics and Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Southampton. Jo is a labour economist interested in low wages, working hours and in-work poverty. Her research has been funded by the ESRC, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the Low Pay Commission. Jo is a member of the Home Office’s Migration Advisory Committee and a Trustee of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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Prof Alvin Birdi

University of Bristol

Alvin Birdi is Professor of Economics Education in the Economics Department of the School of Economics, Finance and Management, University of Bristol.

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Prof Denise Hawkes

Chair Education & Training Committee | Anglia Ruskin University

Denise is Professor of Education Economics and Deputy Dean Accreditations and Enhancement for the Faculty of Business and Law at Anglia Ruskin University. Denise is an applied education economist and truly multi-disciplinary, applying econometric techniques to topics from higher education transitions, equality, diversity and inclusion in higher education and the value of doctoral education.

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Dr Emanuela Lotti

University of Southampton

Emanuela Lotti is a Principal Teaching Fellow and Head of the Department of Economics at the University of Southampton. Her research interests are in Education Economics, Labour Mobility and Development. Emanuela is also an HEA Senior Fellow.

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Ramakanta Patra

Cardiff Metropolitan University

Ramakanta (Ram) Patra is a senior lecturer and the current field group chair in economics at Cardiff Metropolitan University. Ram works on theory of repeated games and its various applications in economics and related studies. Ram is a member of the schools outreach sub-committee of the Royal Economic Society and is passionate about proliferation of economic education among school children.

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Prof Stefania Paredes Fuentes

Co-opted Trustee and Diversity Champion

Stefania Paredes Fuentes is Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Warwick. Stefania is interested in Economics Education and works on on increasing diversity in Economics. She has been involved in various outreach and widening participation initiatives. Stefania is also Senior Associate and member of the Executive Board of the Economics Network and Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

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Dr Peter Postl

University of Bath

Peter is Head of Department of Economics at the University of Bath, having taken on the role in August 2017 after serving as Deputy Head of Department from 2014-16. His main research interest is in mechanism design (procurement procedures, auctions, etc.) with a special emphasis on mechanisms without money/transferable utility (such as arbitration procedures, voting rules and matching mechanisms). Peter obtained his PhD in Economics from University College London (UCL).

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Prof Mirko Moro

University of Stirling

Mirko is the Head of the Division of Economics at the Stirling Management School. In his research he focuses on how public policies and environmental changes influence wellbeing, health, attitudes and individual decision making. He often combines survey data with large spatial or administrative datasets to answer these research questions.

Dr Emike Nasamu

University of Chester

Emike Nasamu is the Programme Leader of Economics and Lecturer in Economics at the University of Chester. She has made research contributions in workplace wellbeing with research partners at evolveworkplacewellbeing.org and whatworkswellbeing.org. Emike’s wider research interest and agenda is in behavioural and experimental microeconomics. She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Contact CHUDE

CHUDE circulates issues of interest to its members. If you are a Head of Department and would like to become a member or if you would like to contact CHUDE members, please contact us.