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Research Statement

David is currently a Research Fellow in Economics at Queen's Management School, examining the reasons behind low levels of productivity in the Northern Ireland economy, as part of the Northern Ireland Productivity Forum.

David is also a Research Associate at the Queen's University Centre for Economic History, and a Postgraduate Research Associate of the Queen's University Institute of Irish Studies.

David holds a PhD in Economics, from Queen's University Belfast. His thesis investigated how devolution and subnational government affects economic performance, by drawing lessons from Northern Ireland, between 1920 and 1972. David also holds an MSc in Finance with Distinction, and a BSc in Economics with First Class Honours.

Research Interests

Regional Economics, Public Economics, Economic and Financial History, Institutions, the Northern Ireland economy


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