Prof. Robin Bladen-Hovell

Title: Professor
Phone: +44 (0)1782 733100
Email: r.c.bladen-hovell@keele.ac.uk
Location: Darwin 1.65
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I obtained my BSc from University College of Swansea and MA from the University of Manchester. I have been lecturer and senior lecturer at the University of Manchester. I was Managing Editor of The Manchester School 1994 - 1997 and am currently an Associate Editor.

  • International macroeconomics 
  • Business cycles and turning point prediction 
  • Financial liberalization and growth 
  • Labour markets and the determinants of training

Selected Publications

  • Bladen-Hovell RC. 2007. Government Spending and Taxation. In The UK Economy. (16th ed.). Oxford University Press.
  • BLADEN-HOVELL RC. 2007. The creation of EMU. In The economics of the european union. Artis MJ and Nixson F (Eds.). (4th edition ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Artis M and Bladen-Hovell RC. 2001. European Monetary Union. In The Economics of the European Union: Policy and Analysis. Artis M and Nixon F (Eds.). Oxford, Oxford.
  • Bladen-Hovell RC. 2001. Fiscal Policy and the Budget. In The UK Economy. Sawyer M (Ed.). Oxford, Oxford.
  • Bladen-Hovell RC. The Road to EMU. In The Economics of the EU. Oxford University Press.

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Chapters

  • Bladen-Hovell RC. 2007. Government Spending and Taxation. In The UK Economy. (16th ed.). Oxford University Press.
  • BLADEN-HOVELL RC. 2007. The creation of EMU. In The economics of the european union. Artis MJ and Nixson F (Eds.). (4th edition ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Artis M and Bladen-Hovell RC. 2001. European Monetary Union. In The Economics of the European Union: Policy and Analysis. Artis M and Nixon F (Eds.). Oxford, Oxford.
  • Bladen-Hovell RC. 2001. Fiscal Policy and the Budget. In The UK Economy. Sawyer M (Ed.). Oxford, Oxford.
  • Bladen-Hovell RC. The Road to EMU. In The Economics of the EU. Oxford University Press.

Semester 1

  • ECO-30024: Economics of the EU

Semester 2

  • ECO-10001: Macroeconomics I 
  • ECO-20013: Contemporary Issues in Economics 
  • ECO-30014: Economic and Business Forecasting