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Dr Stuart McIntyre



Personal statement

Stuart McIntyre is a lecturer in the Department of Economics, and course co-Director of the MSc in Global Energy Management. He is affiliated with the Fraser of Allander Institute, and is a Faculty Research Affiliate at the Regional Research Institute at West Virginia University.

Stuart has research interests in regional/spatial economics and energy/environment/natural resource economics.

He is very willing to supervise suitably qualified PhD students in his fields of interest.

Stuart will also provide economic advice on a consultancy basis, particularly in the areas of regional/local and energy policy.

Stuart currently teaches classes on Introduction to Economics (yr1); Microeconomics (yr 3); and organises the Global Energy Forum class based on industry engagement seminars.


Has expertise in:

    1. Regional economics and spatial econometrics
    2. Energy, environmental and natural resource economics
    3. Applied microeconometrics

    I am very happy to supervise suitably qualified PhD students in these areas; please get in touch if you want to discuss a potential research project.

Prizes and awards

2nd Place in Annual Epainos Prize at ERSA Conference

more prizes and awards


Job related training in Scotland – what do the data tell us?
McIntyre Stuart
Quarterly Economic Commentary Vol 41, pp. 52-59, (2017)
Hierarchical spatial econometric models in regional science
Lacombe Donald J., McIntyre Stuart G.
Regional Research FrontiersAdvances in Spatial Science: The Regional Science Series, (2017)
Computable general equilibrium modelling in regional science
Allan Grant J., Lecca Patrizio, McGregor Peter G., McIntyre Stuart G., Swales J. Kim
Regional Research FrontiersAdvances in Spatial Science: The Regional Science Series, (2017)
Green in the heart or greens in the wallet? The spatial uptake of small-scale renewable technologies
Allan Grant J., McIntyre Stuart G.
Energy Policy Vol 102, pp. 108-115, (2017)
Devolution and the UK Economy, edited by David Bailey and Leslie Budd. 2016. London, England: Rowman & Littlefield International Ltd
McIntyre Stuart, Roy Graeme
Journal of Regional Science Vol 56, pp. 930-931, (2016)
Personal indebtedness, community characteristics and theft crimes
McIntyre Stuart G.
Urban Studies, (2016)

more publications


I am the lecturer in charge of the 1st year undergraduate class: Introduction to economics, and I teach on the Microeconomics 3 undergraduate class. I also supervise honours year dissertations in a number of topic areas.

At the MSc level I am the lecturer in charge of the MSc GEM class: Global Energy Forum. I supervise a range of MSc GEM Summer Projects, MSc Applied Economics dissertations, MBA Projects, and mini-projects for the DTC in Wind Energy Systems.


Research interests

My main areas of research interest relate to regional economics, environmental and energy economics, and applied spatial econometrics.


Professional activities

Designing Smart Cities CReATE
Invited speaker
Invited speaker
European Regional Science Association Congress
RSAI-BIS Conference
RSAI:BIS (External organisation)
Regional Research Insitute, West Virginia University, Seminars
Invited speaker

more professional activities


Strathclyde - ESRC/SE Government Collaborative Transition DTG | McIntyre, Stuart
Swales, John (Principal Investigator) Turner, Karen (Co-investigator) McIntyre, Stuart (Research Co-investigator)
Period 01-Oct-2009 - 25-Feb-2013
Doctoral training centre in wind energy systems | Connolly, Kevin
Allan, Grant (Principal Investigator) McIntyre, Stuart (Co-investigator) Connolly, Kevin (Research Co-investigator)
Period 01-Oct-2013 - 01-Oct-2017

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