About Bristol Research in Economics (BRE)
Bristol Research in Economics (BRE) is an internationally recognised cluster of leading economists. We pursue innovative research in intersecting areas including Applied Microeconomics, Development, Economics Education, Economic History, Macrofinance, Political Economy and Regional Studies. Our critical perspective and expertise in a diverse range of methods combine to produce our unique approach to policy-relevant economics.
We work with organisations and partners locally, nationally and internationally. We publish widely in leading journals in economics and related disciplines. Our research has been supported by and undertaken in collaboration with organisations including Autonomy, Bank of England, British Academy Newton Foundation, Cambridge Political Economy Society Trust, City of Seoul Institute, ESRC, European Central Bank, European Parliament, Heinrich Boll Foundation, House of Lords, Institute for New Economic Thinking, Institute for Public Policy Research, International Labour Organisation, Labour Party, New Economics Foundation, Progressive Economy Forum, United Nations and World Bank.
For more information, see our list of members and our research themes.
Bristol Research in Economics
Bristol Research in Economics (BRE) is an internationally recognised cluster of leading economists pursuing innovative research in intersecting areas.
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