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Dr. Mark Bailey
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Marks research interests are in applied business economics (applying the tools of economic and microeconometric analysis to explain market behaviour in such markets as labour, education, finance and energy) and historical business economics (primarily in the economic rationale of regulation in 19th century Britain, particularly railway regulation).

Recent Publications

Number of items: 5.

Higgin, Matthew, Gray, Keith and Bailey, Mark (2011) Exploring the development of Relationship Marketing in the National Health Service: An empirical analysis of supplier-purchaser relationships in a quasi-market environment. Journal of Management and Marketing in Healthcare, 4 (3). pp. 196-204.

Bailey, Mark and Borooah, Vani (2010) What Enhances Mathematical Ability? A Cross-Country Analysis Based on Test Scores of 15-year Olds. Applied Economics, 42 (29). pp. 3723-3733.

Bailey, Mark and Gray, Keith (2008) Non-price competition in NHS secondary care contracting: empirical results. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 22 (5). pp. 480-495.

Borooah, Vani and Bailey, Mark (2008) Decomposing the characteristics of undergraduate student attrition. Applied Economics Letters, 16 (9). pp. 993-937.

Bailey, Mark (2004) The 1844 Railway Act: a violation of laissez-faire political economy?. History of Economic Ideas, 12 (3). pp. 7-24.

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Project Members

"Using collaborative learning techniques to support the teaching and learning on undergraduate Economics modules at Ulster and Coventry Universities"
Economics Network of the Higher Education Academy (4000)
Industrial Economics Seminars here

Dr Keith Gray, Coventry University
Dr Mark Bailey
"An economic analysis for the elasticity of demand for energy in Northern Ireland."
Northern Ireland Authority for Utility Regulation (8500)

Mr Michael Smyth
Dr Mark Bailey
"Access and Attrition in Higher Education."
Department for Employment and Learning (29054)

Professor Vani Borooah
Dr Mark Bailey

"A comparison between the first wave of the Northern Ireland Household Panel Survey and other Northern Ireland surveys."
Department of Finance and Personnel (5040)

Dr Patrick McGregor
Frank Forsythe
Dr Mark Bailey
Patricia McKee
Dr Ciaran O'Neill

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