Carlyn Dobson joined Hull University as Reader
in Economics in September 2012. This is her second stint at the
Hull University. On completing her PhD at Loughborough University
she obtained a lectureship in the Department of Economics. She
has worked at numerous universities in the UK and abroad
including the University of the West Indies in Trinidad and
University of Otago in New Zealand.
Ph D (Loughborough), MSc and
BSc, (West Indies), Economics
Carlyn has extensive teaching experience in
universities in the UK and overseas. She has teaching interests in
development economics, econometrics and mathematical economics.
Carlyn’s main areas of research are economics
of developing countries and applied econometrics. She has published
several papers on the informal sector, corruption and inequality in
the Latin American regions. She has also done a considerable amount
of work on testing the convergence hypothesis.