Prof Vince Daly

Position: Director Of Research
School: School Of Social And Behavioural Sciences
Extension: NA
Location: Penrhyn Road


Vince Daly is Director of Research in Economics and was previously, from 1988 until 2009, Head of the School of Economics. Prior to joining Kingston he held research and teaching appointments in the University of Birmingham and Aston University. Vince's main subject expertise is in applied econometrics, with a particular interest in forecasting methods. His teaching and research are currently concentrated in this area and he has also employed this expertise in consultancy projects, including econometric modelling projects, statistical analysis for a Royal Economics Society report on "The current state of the British economics profession", and training courses for professional economists. He coordinated the econometrics content of the Economic Network's "Teaching Resources for Undergraduate Economics" project. Vince has been a member of the steering group for the Conference of Heads of University Departments of Economics and of the Advisory Group for the Economics Network of the UK Higher Education Academy.

Educational and professional qualifications

1971 - 1973 M.Soc.Sc in Economics , University of Birmingham
1967 - 1971 B.Soc.Sc in Mathematics, Economics and Statistics , University of Birmingham

Professional experience (post-1990)

2009 - Professor & Director of Research, School of Economics, Kingston University
1988 - 2009 Head of School, School of Economics, Kingston University


Econometrics, Macroeconometric Modelling & Forecasting

Research supervision


Dr. A. Ingianni: awarded 2009;
Project: Convergence among the new EU member countries

Ms. V. Theodorakopoulos: enrolled: 2005 (part-time)
Project: Escalating levels of consumer debt in the UK

Mr Ghulam Khan: Enrolled 2010
Project: Applicability of the neoclassical growth model to SAARC countries

Mr Stylianos Koundourakis: enrolled 2010 (part-time)
Project: Aspects of UK immigrants' labour market experience

Research areas

Economics: Financial markets
Economics: Growth and development

Professional activity

Consultant Econometrician, Editorial Referee and External Examiner.

Econometrics training, European Central Bank.

Member of the steering group of the Conference of Heads of University Departments of Economics (CHUDE).

PhD examiner: Kingston University, Anglia Polytechnic University