Aine Doran

Aine Doran



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Research Statement

Áine Doran (MSc, QUB) is a PhD student in Economics at Queen's. Her PhD is entitled 'Pandemics, Poverty and Population: Essays in Economic History'. One part of the thesis studies 19th century Ireland with the aim of better understanding the context and causes of the Irish Famine. The second area of study is understanding pandemics which have occured in the last 100 years and both the economic and demographic impact they had. Previously, Áine worked as a reseach assistant on the Irish Famine Project studying the 'Causes and Consequences of the Great Irish Famine.' 

Research Interests

Economic History, Demography


Áine holds a BSc in Economics and Finance with First Class Honours, and a MSc in Economics, both from Queen's University Belfast. She was awarded a DfE Studentship to undertake a PhD in Economics at Queen's Management School.


Tutor for Introduction to Economics (ECO 1007), 2018/19

Tutor for The Economy (CORE) (ECO 1013), 2019/20



Office Location: Riddel Hall 02/016


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