|Lecturer in Economics||
Liliana dot Harding at uea dot ac dot uk
Tel: +44 (0)1603 59 7163
Liliana is a Lecturer in Economics. She has previously taught at the RGU in Aberdeen, and UWE Bristol, where she has also completed her PhD. She holds an MSc from the London School of Economics, has been a Soros/FCO/Chevening visiting student at the University of Oxford and completed her BSc (Licenta) at the (West) University of Timisoara. Her work has focussed primarily on the topic of migration economics, and her interests extend to areas of labour and education economics, regional development, economic systems, and developments in economics.
International study prospects: a Romanian case study.
From study to work. Analysing EU graduates’ destinations based on UK HESA data. (with G. Papadopoulos)
Tax collection and migration. (with M. Mutascu)
Book Chapters/ Others (as L. Hiris)
‘International Labour Mobility: Recent trends in Romanian migration’, in A human resources perspective on performance in organisations, ed. D. Abrudan, 2010. Timisoara: Solness Press.
'The Social Context of European East-West Migration’, in Migration, Mobility and Human Rights at the Eastern Border of the European Union - Space of Freedom and Security, eds. G. Silasi and O.L. Simina, 2008. pp. 27-50. Timisoara: West University Press.
‘New migrants in the North-East of Scotland’, July 2007, in Aberdeen Business Journal, Scotland.
‘The mobility of CEEC workers: a comparative study of Romania and Bulgaria’, in The new economists on the Romanian economy, eds. D. Daianu and M. Isarescu, 2003. Bucharest: The Romanian Academy.
Review of Chiswick’s ‘The Economics of Immigration’, in Economic Issues, March 2007, 12(1): pp. 125-27.
Review of Artis, Banerjee and Marcellino’s ‘The central and eastern European countries and the European Union’, in Journal of Common Market Studies, December 2006, 44(5): pp. 1112-13.
Review of Zimmermann’s 'European Migration: What do we know?', in Economic Issues, September 2006, 11 (2): pp. 88-91.
Review of Venturini’s ‘Post-War Migration in Southern Europe, 1950-2000. An Economic Analysis’ in Economic Issues, March 2005, 10(1): pp. 72-4.
International Journal of Economic Sciences and Applied Research.
My teaching at the UEA has covered to date
ECO-2A11 European Economy
ECO-3A15 Labour Economics
NBS-1B4Y Economics for Business
I have previously taught on modules covering Introductory Economics, Regional Economic Integration, the Economics of the Built Environment and International Economics, and I have been the course leader for an MSc programme in European Policy, Law and Management.
I have provided reviews and edited web material for textbooks on Business Economics and Economics of European Integration.
I am currently the organiser of the Contemporary Economic Issues public lecture series at the University of East Anglia.
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