People

Roy Bailey

Honorary Senior Lecturer
Department of Economics
Lecturer
Department of Economics
Honorary Senior Lecturer
Department of Economics
 Roy Bailey
  • Email

  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 872763

  • Location

    5B.315, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    Autumn Term: Monday 09:30-10:30, Thursday 15:30-16:30. Please make an appointment by email to rbailey@essex.ac.uk.

Profile

Biography

Apart from teaching at Essex, Roy Bailey has held visiting positions at Queen's and McMaster Universities in Ontario, Canada. Main current areas of interest include monetary and financial economics, commodity price analysis and economic history. His book on the Economics of Financial Markets was published in May 2005, and is now also available as an e-book. Roy Bailey's research has appeared in the Journal of Political Economy, Economic History Review, Journal of Population Economics, Economic Journal, Economica, Journal of Agricultural Economics and the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Although he continues to teach, Roy Bailey retired from his Readership in the Department as of October 2009

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • The World Economy in Historical Perspective (EC120)

  • Economic Growth: historical perspectives on technological change (EC203)

  • Economic Analysis of Asset Prices (EC371)

Publications

Journal articles (14)

Bailey, RE., Hatton, TJ. and Inwood, K., Atmospheric Pollution, Health and Height in Late Nineteenth Century Britain. Journal of Economic History

Hatton, TJ. and Bailey, RE., (2002). Unemployment Incidence in Interwar London. Economica. 69 (276), 631-654

Hatton, TJ. and Bailey, RE., (2002). Natives and migrants in the London labour market, 1929–1931. Journal of Population Economics. 15 (1), 59-81

Hatton, TJ. and Bailey, RE., (2001). Women’s work in census and survey, 1911-1931. The Economic History Review. 54 (1), 87-107

Hatton, TJ. and Bailey, RE., (2000). Seebohm Rowntree and the postwar poverty puzzle. The Economic History Review. 53 (3), 517-543

Chambers, MJ. and Bailey, RE., (1999). A Statistical Analysis of Wheat Price Fluctuations in England: 1685-1850. Journal of Agricultural Economics. 50 (3), 564-588

Bailey, RE. and Chambers, MJ., (1998). The impact of real wage and mortality fluctuations on fertility and nuptiality in precensus England. Journal of Population Economics. 11 (3), 413-434

Hatton, T., (1998). Poverty and the welfare state in interwar London. Oxford Economic Papers. 50 (4), 574-606

Chambers, MJ. and Bailey, RE., (1996). A Theory of Commodity Price Fluctuations. Journal of Political Economy. 104 (5), 924-957

Hatton, TJ., Boyer, GR. and Bailey, RE., (1994). The Union Wage Effect in Late Nineteenth Century Britain. Economica. 61 (244), 435-435

Hatton, TJ. and Bailey, RE., (1993). Household Labor Supply and Women′s Work in Interwar Britain. Explorations in Economic History. 30 (2), 229-256

Bailey, RE. and Chambers, MJ., (1993). Long-Term Demographic Interactions in Precensus England. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A (Statistics in Society). 156 (3), 339-339

HATTON, TJ. and BAILEY, RE., (1988). FEMALE LABOUR FORCE PARTICIPATION IN INTERWAR BRITAIN *. Oxford Economic Papers. 40 (4), 695-718

BAILEY, RE., (1976). ON THE ANALYTICAL FOUNDATIONS OF WICKSELL'S CUMULATIVE PROCESS. The Manchester School. 44 (1), 52-71

Reports and Papers (2)

Bailey, RE., Hatton, TJ. and Inwood, K., (2018). Atmospheric Pollution, Health, and Height in Late Nineteenth Century Britain

Bailey, RE., Hatton, TJ. and Inwood, K., (2016). Health, height, and the household at the turn of the twentieth century

Contact

rbailey@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 872763

Location:

5B.315, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

Autumn Term: Monday 09:30-10:30, Thursday 15:30-16:30. Please make an appointment by email to rbailey@essex.ac.uk.