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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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Carroll, James and McDonald, Alasdair and McMillan, David and Stehly, Tyler and Mone, Christopher and Maples, Ben (2015) Cost of energy for offshore wind turbines with different drive train types. In: EWEA 2015 Annual Event, 2015-11-17 - 2015-11-20, Paris expo Porte de Versailles.

Siddons, Craig and Macleod, Calum and Yang, Liu and Stack, Margaret (2015) An experimental approach to analysing rain droplet impingement on wind turbine blade materials. In: EWEA 2015 Annual Event, 2015-11-17 - 2015-11-20, Paris expo Porte de Versailles.

Johnstone, Kevin and Bell, Keith and Booth, Campbell (2015) The impact of post-fault active power recovery ramp rates of wind turbines on transient stability in Great Britain. In: EWEA 2015 Annual Event, 2015-11-17 - 2015-11-20, Paris expo Porte de Versailles.

Ferguson, David and Catterson, Victoria M. (2015) Designing for reliability in wind turbine condition monitoring systems. In: EWEA 2015 Annual Event, 2015-11-17 - 2015-11-20, Paris expo Porte de Versailles.

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