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Professor Vince Daly

Director of research, School of Economics, Kingston University.

Professor  Vince  Daly Areas of expertise

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Overview

Vince Daly is Director of Research in Economics and was previously Head of the School of Economics (from 1988 until 2009). Prior to joining Kingston he held research and teaching appointments at the University of Birmingham and Aston University. Vince's main subject expertise is in applied econometrics, with a particular interest in forecasting methods. His teaching and research are currently concentrated in this area and he has also employed this expertise in consultancy projects, including econometric modelling projects, statistical analysis for a Royal Economics Society report on "The current state of the British economics profession", and an econometrics training course for a major central bank. Vince is currently a member of the steering group for the Conference of Heads of University Departments of Economics. He is a member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Economics Issues.

Qualifications

Year gained Subject
1971 - 1973 M.Soc.Sc in Economics, University of Birmingham.
1967 - 1971 B.Soc.Sc in Mathematics, Economics and Statistics, University of Birmingham.

Career Highlights

Year Position held
2009 - Director of Research in Economics, Kingston University.
1988 - 2009 Head of School of Economics, Kingston University.
1974 - 1988 Lecturer/senior lecturer, School of Economics, Kingston University.

Research

Li, Hong and Daly, Vince (2009) Testing the balanced growth hypothesis: evidence from China.3 Empirical Economics, 37(1), pp. 185-200. ISSN (print) 0377-7332

Ghatak, Subrata , Silaghi, Monica Ioana Pop and Daly, Vince (2009) Trade and migration flows between some CEE countries and the UK.4 Journal of International Trade & Economic Development, 18(1), pp. 61-78. ISSN (print) 0963-8199

Daly, Vince and Siddiki, Jalal U. (2009) The twin deficits in OECD countries: cointegration analysis with regime shifts.5 Applied Economics Letters, 16(11), pp. 1155-1164. ISSN (print) 1350-4851

Ghatak, Subrata , Silaghi, Monica Ioana Pop and Daly, Vince (2008) Trade and migration flows between some CEE countries and the UK.6 (Discussion Paper) Kingston upon Thames, UK : Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University. 20 p.

Daly, Vince (2006) Approximating the marginal effect of discrete regressors in logit models.7 (Discussion Paper) Kingston upon Thames, UK : Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University. 21 p.

Nguyen, Truc Le , Ghatak, Subrata and Daly, Vincent (2006) The export propensity of Polish SMEs.8 (Discussion Paper) Kingston upon Thames, UK : Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University. 24 p.

Li, Hong and Daly, Vince (2005) Convergence of Chinese regional and provincial economic performance: an empirical investigation.9 International journal of development issues, 4(1), pp. 49-70. ISSN (print) 1446-8956

Daly, V. and Siddiki, J (2004) An empirical growth model for India: 1954-1994.10 European research studies, IV(3-4), pp. 141-153. ISSN (print) 1108-2976

Chatterjee, S. , Ghatak, S. and Daly, V. (2004) Prices, exchange rates and export competitiveness of New Zealand: an assessment using Divisia indices.11 International Journal of Economic Research, 1(2), pp. 117-128. ISSN (print) 0972-9380

Ghatak, Subrata and Daly, Vincent (2001) East-West European migration: questions and some answers.12 In: Ghatak, Subrata and Showstack-Sassoon, Anne, (eds.) Migration and mobility: the European context. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave. pp. 30-48. ISBN 0333920368

Professional Body Membership

Member of the steering group of the Conference of Heads of University Departments of Economics (CHUDE).

Key Industry Roles

Econometrics training, European Central Bank; Applied Econometrics input to projects led by Ecotec Consulting Ltd.

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