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I am Head of Economics and Director of the Fraser of Allander Institute.
I re-joined Strathclyde in 2016 after 8 ½ years in the Scottish Government – where I was formerly a Senior Economic Adviser and head of the First Minister’s Policy Unit.
I lead on the external engagement work of the department and the knowledge exchange activities of the Fraser of Allander Institute (FAI). I am also PI for a 3-year ESRC initiative to boost UK productivity through improved management practice and employee engagement - the PrOPEL Hub.
I am a member of various public and private sector committees and advisory boards and I'm the joint lead for the Economic Futures Initiative for Applied Economics in Scotland. I am a member of the Senior Management Team of the Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence (ESCoE).
Being part of both the Strathclyde Economics Department and the FAI is a tremendous privilege.
Over the last 45 years, the research at Strathclyde has made an outstanding contribution to our understanding of the economy and the impact of policy.
That continues today. Our strategy is founded upon academically excellent research that encompasses the University’s motto of ‘The Place for Useful Learning’. At the heart of this, is a commitment to take our research and apply it to the real-world.
This approach also shapes the way we engage with our students through our commitment not just to give them an excellent understanding of economic issues, but to gain experience in how to actually apply that knowledge. This includes our work-placement and internship programmes for Strathclyde students at the FAI.
It is also captured in the way we work with key partners across Scotland, the UK and internationally.
At the FAI, we also greatly value the unique role that we have in Scottish society. Our work – whether that is in our quarterly Economic Commentary, Scotland’s Budget report, our regular article series, or our commissioned research – aims to inform and encourage public debate through high quality independent analysis.
If you would like to discuss how we can work with your organisation or how can you study/learn with us, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
For our latest writings see www.fraserofallander.org
Bachelor of Arts, UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW
1996 → 2000
Award Date: 30 Jun 2010
Doctor of Philosophy, UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW
2001 → 2005
Master in Science, University of Edinburgh
2000 → 2001
Director, PRoPEL Hub - Boosting productivity through improved management practice and employee engagement2020 → …
Aberdeen Economic Policy Panel, ABERDEEN CITY COUNCIL2019 → …
Co-Director, Economic Futures2019 → …
Member Expert Payment Panel for Legal Aid in Scotland, Scottish Government2019 → …
Adviser Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Committee, Scottish ParliamentSep 2017 → May 2018
Member Scottish Business Tasforce, UK Government2017 → 2020
Senior Management, Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence (ESCOE)2017 → …
Member Scottish Labour Market Strategy Group, Scottish Government2017 → 2020
Member Glasgow Growth Commission, Glasgow City Region City Deal2016 → …
11/02/20 → …
Project: Knowledge Exchange (Training / Short Course)
Business models, innovation and employees' experiences in the workplace: challenges for the post-Covid-19 economyFindlay, P., Lindsay, C. & Roy, G., 22 Jan 2021, Productivity and the Pandemic: Challenges and Insights from Covid- 19. McCann, P. & Vorley, T. (eds.). 1 ed. Cheltenham, p. 132-146 14 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › ChapterOpen AccessFile13 Downloads (Pure)
Roy, G. (ed.), 17 Mar 2021, 1 ed. Glasgow: University of Strathclyde. 39 p. (Fraser of Allander Economic Commentary)
Research output: Book/Report › Other reportOpen AccessFile
15 Dec 2020
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Participation in workshop, seminar, course
Graeme Roy (Speaker)1 Dec 2020
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Invited talk