School of Economics - School of Economics
School of Economics (SOE) is one of the largest in the Faculty of Business and Economics with an establishment of 25 full time academic staff. We have a number of staff who are well renowned for good learning and teaching practices and outstanding research on Pacific Island and developing economies.
We also pride ourselves on an outstanding research record in areas of Poverty; Labour Market; Trade and Finance; Environment; Energy Policy; Pacific Business Environment; Monetary Policy; Growth; Migration; Foreign Direct Investment; Economics of Governance; and Population and Health Care...Read More
P. Gangopadhyay and B. Singh (2017), CFCs and rising global temperatures during 1969-1998: A time series analysis , Modern Applied Science, Vol. 11, No. 8, pp. 68-73.
P. Gangopadhyay and E. Nasser (2017), Analytical Peace Economics: The Illusion of War for Peace, Routledge, New York.