Contact Dr Andrew Angus


Andrew is a Reader (Associate Professor) in Economics, specialising in managerial economics and economic strategy.

Andrew graduated from Cranfield University with a BSc (Hons) Environmental Management 1996, then obtained an MPhil and PhD in Land Economy from the University of Cambridge in 2001 and 2005 respectively.  Andrew joined Cranfield in 2004 working in the School of Applied Sciences in the area of natural resource and environmental economics and moved to the School of Management in 2012. 

Andrew is part of the Economics group ranked Number 1 in the world by the FT for the teaching of economics on MBA programmes in 2017.  Andrew has held a number of other posts at the University, such as Director of the Full-time MBA, course director of the MSc in Management and Corporate Sustainability (2014-17) and the MSc in Economics for Natural Resource and Environmental Management (2009-12).  He was also an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Exeter (2011-14), for his contribution to work on the spillover effects of small-scale energy generation projects.

Andrew has worked for the UK Government investigating potential mechanisms for lowering the economic burden of environmental regulation. His other research has focused on investment trends in clean technologies and the economic impacts of commodity price cycles. 


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