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Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access research content by the Department of Economics, with a particular focus on applied econometrics, applied macroeconomics, economic policy and the role of economics in improving energy efficiency and ensuring environmental sustainability.

The Department of Economics also hosts the Fraser of Allander Institute (FAI), a leading independent economic research unit focused on the Scottish economy. The FAI focuses on research exploring economics and its role within sustainable growth policy, fiscal analysis, energy and climate change, labour market trends, inclusive growth and wellbeing.

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2010

Perman, R.J. and Scouller, J. (2010) Economics of corporate and competitive strategy. Oxford University Press Autralia and New Zealand, Melbourne, Australia. ISBN 9780199267453

2001

Scouller, J.; Orati, Vittorangelo and Dahiya, Shri Bhagwan Dahiya, eds. (2001) Schumpeter redux: the economics of business performance. In: Economic Theory in the Light of Schumpeter's Scientific Heritage. Spellbound. ISBN 8176000566

Scouller, J.; Cairns, George, ed. (2001) Understanding and assessing the macro economic environment. In: Exploring the Business Environment. University of Strathclyde.

1991

Scouller, John (1991) Corporate takeovers and the public interest by Alan Peacock and Graham Bannock. [Review]

1988

Scouller, John (1988) The BP bid for Britoil : should Scotland take it lying down? Quarterly Economic Commentary, 13 (3). pp. 52-60. ISSN 2046-5378

1985

Scouller, John (1985) Leveraged buyouts : the new game in the City. Quarterly Economic Commentary, 11 (2). pp. 74-76. ISSN 0306-7866

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