I am lecturer in Economics at the Queen's University Belfast and fellow of the Queen's University Centre for Economic History (QUCEH) and Centre for HeAlth Research at the Management School (CHaRMS).

My main research  interests lie in the areas of Political Economy/Long-Run Economic Growth and I am more than happy to supervise PhD students with an interest in these fields. 

Topics on which I have been working include: 

  • Long-Run Economic Growth
  • Ethnicity and Development in Africa
  • Slavery and Disenfranchisement in the US
  • Institutions and Economics Growth
  • Organized Crime
  • Political Economy

About Political Economy.

Watch the Video Below  (it is in Italian)

 Giorgio Gaber interpretation of what democracy (in Italy) means and why the median voter is likely to be a moderate voter.

YouTube Video

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Queen University Belfast
School of Management
Riddel Hall, 185 Stranmillis Rd
Office 02.026
Telephone: +44(0)2890974176
email: a.dimico@qub.ac.uk

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