Fully-funded PhD Scholarship - The Macroeconomic Effects of Implementing the Inclusive Growth Agenda

Department of Economics

Strathclyde Business School



This PhD studentship will focus on the macroeconomic effects of the inclusive growth agenda. This includes, but is not limited to, living wage, preventative health spending, investment in human capital and distributional aspects of economic growth. The research programme will involve extending multi-sectoral macroeconomic modelling framework (AMOS), to include key elements of inclusive growth.


Candidates are required to have:

- An excellent undergraduate degree with Honours in a relevant business, scientific/technological or social science subject
- A Masters degree (or equivalent) will be strongly preferred
- Students may also have other relevant experience or skills which are relevant to this project.
- Candidates who are not native English speakers will be required to provide evidence for their English skills (such as by IELTS or similar tests that are approved by UKVI, or a degree completed in an English speaking country)

Study information

Start month:

1 October 2017

Funding information

Funding applies to:
Open to applicants from a range of countries
Funding notes:

Stipend: £14,652 pa. Whilst open to International candidates, please note that this scholarship covers Home/EU/RUK Fee rate only.

Contacts and how to apply

Academic contact:

Enquiries to Professor Graeme Roy, Fraser of Allander Institute, email: graeme.roy@strath.ac.uk

Administrative contact and how to apply:

To apply, please visit our website

Application deadline:

28 February 2017

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