Michael Reynolds

Teaching Fellow in Economics

Email:
M.M.Reynolds@Leeds.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0113) 3434465
Categories:
Economics, Applied Institute of Research in Economics (AIRE)
Location:
G.23, Maurice Keyworth Building, LUBS
Profile

Qualifications

PhD in Economics, University of Hull

MSc in Economics, University of Warwick

BSc in Economics and Management Science, University of Hull

Fellow of Higher Education Academy

 

Experience

(2015 – ) Teaching Fellow in Economics, University of Leeds, UK

(2011 – 2015) Lecturer in Economics, University of Bradford, UK

(2010 – 2011) Lecturer in Economics, University of Hull, UK

Research

My research interest lies within the areas of microeconomics and industrial economics. My current projects involve using mathematical models to consider issues involving competition, networks and regulation. I am also interested in well-being in regions and I retain some broad interest in labour economics.

Teaching

LUBS1940 Economics for Management

LUBS5224 Economics for Business

Responsibilities

Head of Year 2

Economics iPad Champion

Publications

McHardy, J.P., Reynolds, M. M., Trotter, S.D. Network Interconnectivity with Regulation and Competition. Transportation Research: Part A, 47: 97-110, 2013.

McHardy, J.P., Reynolds, M.M., Trotter, S.D. On the Problem of Network Monopoly. Theory & Decision, 73: 223-248, 2012

Nolan, M.A., Reynolds, M.M. and Trotter, S.D. Does the Local Economics Performance League Table Lie? Concentric Banding and the Index of Multiple Deprivation. Local Economy, 4th ed., vol. 27, pp. 403-418, 2012.

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