David Jordan

    Mr David Jordan

    Postgraduate research student

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    Particulars

    PhD Title: "The economics of devolution: evidence from Northern Ireland 1920-1972"

    Email: djordan02@qub.ac.uk

    Supervisors: Dr Graham Brownlow and Dr Alan de Bromhead

     

    Research Statement

    David Jordan is studying for a PhD in Economics at Queen's Management School, investigating the economics of devolution by drawing lessons from Northern Ireland between 1920 and 1972.

    David is also a research student at the Queen's University Centre for Economic History, and a postgraduate research associate of the Queen's University Institute of Irish Studies.

     

    Research Interests

    Economic History, Regional Economics, Public Economics, Financial History.

     

    Achievements and Distinctions

    David Jordan holds a BSc in Economics with First Class Honours, and a MSc in Finance with Distinction, both from Queen's University Belfast. He was awarded a DEL Studentship to study for a PhD in Economics at Queen's Management School.

    During his masters, David won the ICAP Prize for best performance by an MSc Finance student in Derivatives, and the John McConnell Endowment for best MSc Finance Dissertation. Prior to beginning this course, he was awarded a Merit Based Postgraduate Taught Scholarship by Queen's University Belfast.

    During his undergraduate degree, David was awarded the KPMG Prize for Best Graduate in BSc Economics, the McKane Medal for Best Final Honours student in BSc Economics, the Shaw Memorial Prize for top Level 2 student in BSc Economics, and a Foundation Scholarship for top Level 2 student in BSc Economics.

     

    Teaching

    Tutor for Price Theory (ECO 1002), 2017.

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