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Dr Annette Roberts

Dr Annette Roberts

Senior Lecturer in Economics

Cardiff Business School

Email:
robertsa1@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 2087 5058
Location:
T01b, Aberconway Building, Colum Road, Cathays, Cardiff, CF10 3EU

Qualifications

  • PhD Economics, 1996
  • BSc (Econ), Economics, 1991

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2001

"The impact of further education on the Welsh economy", Knowledge Exploitation Fund (WDA) and Fforwm, August 2005.

"Identifying and Assessing Sectoral Strengths in the North East", One North East, 2005

"Cardiff Input-Output Project", Cardiff County Council, 2004

"ABP and the Welsh Economy", Associated British Ports, 2004

"UK First Steps Tourism Satellite Account (TSA)", Department of Culture Media and Sport, 2003-04

"English Regions First Steps Tourism Satellite Account", North West Regional Development Agency, 2003-04

"Crown Dependencies First Steps Tourism Satellite Account", IOM Treasury, 2003-04.

"Manufacturing and Trade in Wales" Welsh Affairs Committee of the House of Commons, Briefing paper, 2003.

"Mid-term evaluation of structural funding in Wales" (Objective 1, 3 and INTERREG) Wales European Funding Office part of successful bid team October 2002

"Assessing the Impact of Higher Education in Wales", (With University of Glamorgan) Heads of Higher Education in Wales, September 2002

"Socio-Economic Evaluation of CCW Grants Programme 2001-2002", Countryside Council for Wales, September 2002.

"Development of an Index of Sustainable Economic Welfare for Wales – phase II" Countryside Council for Wales, September 2002 (with Aberystwyth University)

"Welsh Growth Sector Analysis 2002" WDA and Welsh Assembly Government, March 2002

"Development of an Environmental Module within the Welsh Input-Output Tables", EU (OSKaR), May 2002

"Input-Output Project for Wales" Welsh Development Agency,1994-2006.

"A Tourism Impact Model for Wales", Wales Tourist Board (Joint project with Bournemouth University) 1999.

Forestry Commission, "Forestry Multiplier Study" (with Aberystwyth and Bangor Universities), 1999.

"An Economic Evaluation of the Arts and Cultural Sector in Wales". The Arts Council, Welsh Development Agency, Development Board for Rural Wales, S4C, 1998.

PhD supervision research interests

  • Economic and environmental impact analysis
  • Foreign direct investment
  • Regional development policy
  • Regional economics/modelling
  • Welsh economy