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Dr Uih Ran Lee

PositionLecturer in Economics
LocationPemberton Building P1.31
Telephone+44 (0) 1274 733466
Blog AddressVisit my blog

Research Interests (key words only)

Conflict Economics, Development Economics, International Economics and Applied Econometrics

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

I am teaching postgraduate Econometrics and Applied Research. I am also involved in teaching undergraduate modules including International Trade, Microeconomic Theory and Further Mathematics for Economists.

Administrative Responsibilities

I am Programme Director of the two Final Year Direct Entry Programmes: BA in International Business Economics and Bsc in Global Trade and Finance.

Study History

PhD in Economics (Royal Holloway, University of London), MSc in Economics for Development (Oxford University)

Professional History

I have taught economics modules at the University of Bristol, Royal Holloway and London Metropolitan University between 2008 and 2013.


“Hysteresis of Targeting Civilians in Armed Conflicts”, The Economics of Peace and Security Journal, vol 10 (2), 2015

“Global Comparison of Warring Actors in 2002-2007: Fatalities from Targeting Civilians vs. Fighting Battles” with M. Spagat, M. H. Hicks and R. Sundberg, PlosONE, vol 6 (9), 2011

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