Teaching Fellow in Finance and Economics, Durham University
Duncan joined Durham University Business School in October 2013. His early career was quite varied; after working in the family wine business since an early age, Duncan went to the University of Manchester to as a mature student and worked in finance (all this with a side-line in Rugby League) until his just before his thirtieth birthday, when he was injured undertaking training for the RAF reserves and decided to pursue an academic career.
Since then, Duncan completed a PhD in Economic History at the University of Glasgow and has worked in research and lecturing positions at the University of Cambridge, Coventry University and the University of Buckingham.
He specialises in the finance and economics of heavy industry with a focus on shipbuilding, nuclear power and the aviation industries.
Jul 04, 2016 18:55 pm UTC| Insights & Views
The value of the pound dropped off a small cliff when it became clear that Britain had voted to leave the European Union. But this is not necessarily a bad thing. Simple economics dictates that a falling currency is good...