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Economics educator

Andrew E. Burke, Irish economics educator. Recipient University of London Leon fellowship, 1989-1991, Newman scholarship, University College, Dublin, 1992-1993, Economic and Social Research Council Doctoral scholarship, Economic and Social Research Council, 1990-1992. President University College Dublin Students' Union, 1987; Member of Association of Cultural Economics International (member of the executive board 1998—2002).

Background

Burke, Andrew E. was born on March 25, 1965 in Dublin, Ireland. Son of Frank M. Burke and Vivienne M. Minch.

Education

Master of Arts in Economics, University College, Dublin, 1988. Master of Science in Economic History, London School of Economics, 1989. Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, University of Oxford, England, 1993.

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Economics and Politics, University College, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, 1982—1986.

Career

Lecturer Balliol College, Oxford, 1991—1992, Trinity College, Dublin, 1993—1995. May Wong Smith research fellow University of St Andrews, Scotland, 1995—1997. Lecturer University of Edinburgh, Scotland, 1997—2001.

Reader Warwick Business School, University Warwick, England, since 2001. Director Senate Hall Academy Public, Dublin, since 2000. Visiting associate professor University of California at Los Angeles, 2002.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: (international journal) Competition Policy in Dynamic Markets, (book) Enterprise and the Irish Economy. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

President University College Dublin Students' Union, 1987. Member of Association of Cultural Economics International (member of the executive board 1998—2002).

Connections

father:
Frank M. Burke

mother:
Vivienne M. Minch