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Dr Stuart McIntyre

Lecturer

Economics

Personal statement

Stuart McIntyre is a lecturer in the Department of Economics. 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 applied economics, regional and spatial 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.

Stuart currently teaches classes on Introduction to Economics (yr1); Microeconomics (yr 3); Quantiative Methods (MRes).

 

Stuart's personal website with the latest information on his latest research is accessible here.

Expertise

Has expertise in:

    Stuart's research interests are in applied economics.

    Please see his own personal webpage (https://sites.google.com/view/stuartgmcintyre) for more details on Stuart's research interests. 

    Stuart is very happy to supervise suitably qualified PhD students in any area of his research interests; 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
Recipient
27/8/2013

more prizes and awards

Publications

Regional nowcasting : an illustration using the Scottish economy
Koop Gary, McIntyre Stuart, Allan Grant, Smith Paul
Sankhya B, pp. 1-25, (2018)
Drink, Death and Driving : Do BAC Limit Reductions Improve Road Safety?
Cooper Benjamin, Gehrsitz Markus, McIntyre Stuart
(2018)
UK regional nowcasting using a mixed frequency vector autoregressive model
McIntyre Stuart, Koop Gary, Mitchell James
(2018)
Exploring households' responsiveness to energy price changes using microdata
McIntyre Stuart
(2018)
The output gap : what is it, how can it be estimated and are they fit for policy makers' purposes?
Darby Julia, McIntyre Stuart
Quarterly Economic Commentary Vol 42, pp. 44-50, (2018)
Job related training in Scotland – what do the data tell us?
McIntyre Stuart
Quarterly Economic Commentary Vol 41, pp. 52-59, (2017)

more publications

Teaching

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 deliver the Quantitive Methods training on the MRes programme in the Business School. I also supervise honours year dissertations in a number of topic areas.

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

British and Irish Association of Regional Science (External organisation)
Advisor
1/9/2014
RSAI:BIS (External organisation)
Member
20/8/2013
Regional Research Institute (External organisation)
Member
1/6/2013

more professional activities

Projects

Research to estimate the cost of a child in Scotland
Roy, Graeme (Principal Investigator) McInally, Lauren (Co-investigator) McIntyre, Stuart (Co-investigator)
Period 18-May-2018 - 03-Aug-2018
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Wind & Marine Energy Systems | Garba, Ifeoluwa
Bellingham, Richard (Principal Investigator) McIntyre, Stuart (Co-investigator) Garba, Ifeoluwa (Research Co-investigator)
Period 01-Oct-2015 - 01-Oct-2019
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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