Caroline Elliott

Professor, Deputy Dean of Aston Business School

20172019
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Personal profile

Membership of Professional Bodies

Senior Associate of The Economics Network

Member of the Economics Network / Royal Economic Society Panel of Independent Experts

Chair of the Chartered Association of Business School Degree Apprenticeships Working Group

 

Qualifications

PhD Economics and Econometrics, University of Manchester

MA Economics, University of Manchester

BA Politics, Philosophy and Economics, Oxford University

Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Research Interests

I am an applied industrial economist who uses econometric models to understand how consumers make purchasing decisions and how firms make strategy decisions, including strategic responses to regulatory intervention. My recent research has focused on the education and film industries.

Employment

March 2017 to the present: Deputy Dean and Professor at Aston Business School

2014 - 2017: Professor, Director of Teaching and Learning, Head of the Economics subject group and Head of the Learning Development Group, University of Huddersfield Business School

1994 - 2013: Senior Lecturer and previously Lecturer in Economics, Lancaster University Management School

1992 - 1994: Research Assistant, Department of Econometrics and Social Statistics, University of Manchester

Professional/editorial offices

Senior Editor, Cogent Economics and Finance

Editorial board member, International Review of Economics Education

Contact Details

Phone: +44(0)121 204 3562 

Email: c.elliott4@aston.ac.uk
Room:  Main Building 615a

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Film industry Business & Economics
Strategic response Business & Economics
Econometric models Business & Economics
Purchasing Business & Economics
China Business & Economics
Economists Business & Economics
Institutional context Business & Economics
International markets Business & Economics

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Research Output 2017 2019

The Indian Film Industry in a Changing International Market

Elliott, C. & Ghosh Dastidar, S., 3 May 2019

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
Film industry
International markets
India
Policy responses
Domestic demand

Behind film performance in China’s changing institutional context: The impact of signals

Elliott, C., Konara, P., Ling, H., Wang, C. & Wei, Y., 9 Mar 2017, In : Asia Pacific Journal of Management. in press, 33 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
China
Institutional context
Signaling theory
Film industry
Innovativeness