Professor Luis Angeles
- Professor in Economics (Economics)
Luis Angeles is Professor in Economics at the University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School, where he has been in employment since 2006. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.
Prof Angeles has published academic work in Economic History, Economic Development, Money and Banking, and more. He has been a member of the editorial board of the Journal of International Development (2013-2018) and is external examiner for the University of Manchester (2018-present). At the University of Glasgow, he has been director of MSc programmes in Development, P&DR Reviewer, REF impact champion and Deputy Head of Subject.
Luis is a member of the Macroeconomics research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- Economic history
- Economic development, inequality
- Money and banking
Luis is interested in supervising projects examining:
- Banks and money creation, and its effects on economic activity and financial crises.
- Economic development from a historical perspective, including aspects such as inequality, geography, institutions, etc.
- Topics in economic history at large.
Current doctoral supervision
- "Essays on intrahousehold relationships and decision-making" (completed September 2019)
- "Essays on natural resources and local economies" (completed June 2019)
- "Empirical essays on sustainability, portfolio risk, and outreach of Islamic microfinance institutions" (completed 2016)
- "Essays on educational production functions in England" (completed 2015)
- "The role of local and regional governments in investment growth and productivity enhancement in Mexico." (completed 2015)
- "Pre-colonial institutions and long-run development in Latin America" (completed 2015)
- "Essays on cultural and institutional dynamics in economic development using spatial analysis" (completed 2015)
- Economics of inequality and deprivation (PGT)
- Modern theory of banking and finance (PGT)
Personal website: Luis Angeles