Projects per year
Edmund Cannon's interests lie mainly on the edges of macroeconomics, in long-run economic development and pensions/savings. He has done research on money illusion, productivity, regional growth rates, the rôle of financial markets and transport and the effect of demographic change. He is a leading economist on the topic of annuities on which topic he has written a book with Ian Tonks (University of Bath) and is currently working on pensions and the consequences of actuarial projection for annuity pricing. A completely separate area of research with Liam Brunt (NHH, Bergen) is on historical market integration.
He has a strong commitment to the idea that teaching and research are complementary. He currently teaches econometrics and material on the banking crisis; he is on the board of the Economics Network, which promotes good teaching practice in higher education; and he has done several small pieces of pedagogical research.
OPTIMAL CONSUMPTION PATTERS OF THE RETIRED WITH NON-INCOME RISKS: IMPLICATIONS FOR AN AGING POPULATION
1/01/01 → 1/01/02
Optimal Consumption Patterns of the Retired with Non-income risk: implications for an Ageing Population
1/09/00 → 31/08/02
Research Output per year
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter in a book
The Econocracy: The Perils of Leaving Economics to the Experts, J. Earle, C. Moran, Z. Ward-Perkins. Manchester University Press, Manchester (2016). 212 pp., pb £10.00, ISBN 978-1526-110138Cannon, E. S., May 2017, In : International Review of Economics Education. 25, p. 43-45 3 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Book/Film/Article review (Academic Journal)
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal)