Philip Hedges is Course Leader of the MSc in International Economic Policy and Analysis and Module Leader for undergraduate dissertations, Strategy and Appraisal in Economics, and Applied Economic Research and Appraisal. He is also the Module Leader of Human Resource Management in a Business Context for the Masters in Human Resource Management. His subject specialism is industrial organisation and economics, in particular the links between product variety, innovation and market structure. Recent research includes statistical analyses of the mismatch between quantitative skills and expectations of new undergraduates, the characteristics of success in Government Economic Service skill assessments, the national value of branding, flexibility in small firms, and the costs and benefits of social housing.
BA Economic History (Liverpool), PGCE (Staffordshire), MA Economics (Staffordshire), PGCHE (Westminster)
For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.