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Leading economist recognised with OBE

Leading economist from the University of St Andrews, Professor John Beath, has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list with an OBE for services to economics

19 June 2015Awards

Earning less than your peers can make you happy

New research discovers having better paid colleagues gives younger workers hope.

3 April 2012Research

Averting global catastrophe

New book helps to cut through the confusion on climate change.

16 February 2010Research

Fife: The home of economics

The prestigious appointment of a St Andrews' academic will bring the UK's Learned Society for Economics to Scotland for the first time in its history.

3 April 2008University news

Making small businesses big

What makes small businesses in Scotland tick?

18 June 2007Business

St Andrews leads research boost for Scotland

The University of St Andrews is to share in an award of £9.4 million from the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) to launch a major new collaboration on research in economics.

23 November 2006Research

‘Safe’ hands for businesses

A new research network for academics and professionals in accounting, economics and finance is being launched at the University of St Andrews. It is hoped that the new network will produce research that will provide new frameworks for businesses, helping them be more innovative, more profitable and easier to run.

8 October 2006Business

UK’s leading economists gather in St Andrews

Some of the UK's most distinguished economists will attend a conference hosted by the University of St Andrews' Centre for Dynamic Macroeconomic Analysis (CDMA) in St Andrews on 6-8 September 2006.

5 September 2006University news

Collaboration praised for excellence

A collaborative effort at the University of St Andrews has been awarded a prestigious award in recognition of 'excellence in publishing standards'.

16 December 2003Awards

Investigating innovation in Scotland

An expert in economics is about to launch a six-month study into Scotland's most innovative development firms.

24 September 2003Business