Our world-class researchers engage with and disseminate research to practitioners, policy-makers and academic colleagues to develop a more robust financial system. Our faculty regularly publish in the top financial economics journals and participate actively in world-renowned academic, industry and policy conferences.
A number of high-level academic and practitioner conferences take place at the Business School, offering students, alumni and faculty the opportunity to network and shape the future of finance. Our well-cited academic research has international impact, while our students are regularly placed in top finance jobs in the private sector, international organisations and academia.
Our new research shows individual banking executives with connections to the US Treasury made unusually large gains during and after the 2008 Troubled Asset Relief Program
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The School's work in finance is led by the Department of Finance.