Mr Oladipupo Daramola, BSc Economics and MSc Economics and Econometrics
Oladipupo (Dipo) received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in University of Plymouth and University of Nottingham studying Economics and Economics and Econometrics respectively. In October 2014, Dipo joined Durham University Business School to study PhD Economics with particular interests in micro-level productivity analysis, applied econometrics and policy evaluation. His research topic deals with productivity growth in the United Kingdom; particularly the role firms/plants interaction plays in explaining productivity growth in UK.
Oladipupo (Dipo) is a PhD Economics student at Durham University with a particular interest in micro-level productivity and applied econometrics. Prior to joining Durham University, he studied BSc Economics and MSc Economics and Econometrics in University of Plymouth and University of Nottingham respectively.
- Micro-level productivity analysis
- Applied econometrics
- Policy evaluation