Caroline started at Aston Business School as Deputy Dean in March 2017, having been Professor of Industrial Economics, Director of Teaching and learning and Head of the Learning Development Group at the University of Huddersfield. She previously held academic roles at the Universities of Lancaster and Manchester. She is currently the Chair of The Chartered Association of Business Schools Degree Apprenticeships Working Group. She has a long association with The Economics Network, currently being a Senior Associate with The Economics Network and one of the joint Royal Economic Society / Economics Network Independent Panel of Experts. She is the senior economics editor of the journal Cogent Economics and Finance, also a contributing editor for the Economic Review magazine.
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Prior to working at ABS I was Professor of Industrial Economics, Director of Teaching and Learning and Head of the Learning Development Group at the University of Huddersfield. Previously I was a lecturer and then a senior lecturer in Economics at Lancaster University, and I have also taught at the universities of Manchester, Liverpool and Kentucky.
Microeconomics, Business Economics and Industrial Economics.
My research is in the fields of industrial and education economics. In terms of industrial economics I am interested in regulation and competition policy and the impacts of regulatory interventions on firms' behaviour. I also research the impacts of potential quality signals on consumer purchasing decisions, including in the education markets.
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