Dr Francis Kiraly
Lecturer in Economics and DPD - BSc (Hons) Economics

  • Email: francis.kiraly@ncl.ac.uk
  • Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 1547
  • Address: Room 7.24
    5 Barrack Road
    Newcastle University Business School
    Newcastle upon Tyne
    NE1 4SE

Background

At Newcastle University since August 2003.

Qualifications

PhD Economics (University of Essex)

Previous Positions

Lecturer in Economics - Keele University (2002-2003)
Teaching Fellow - University of Essex (2001-2002)

Memberships

Royal Economic Society

Research Interests

Economic Theory
Game Theory
Labour Economics

Current Work 

Bonilla, Roberto and Francis Kiraly (2013) Constrained sequential job search (under review in Economics Letters).

Bonilla, Roberto and Francis Kiraly (2013) Frictional labour and marriage markets with male heterogeneity.

Bonilla, Roberto and Francis Kiraly (2013) Marriage wage premium with divorce in a frictional labour market. 

Kiraly, F. (2013) Offer matching and equilibrium wage dispersion.

Kiraly, F. (2013) A Comment on the non-existence of Perfect Sequential Equilibrium in signalling games.

Kiraly, F. (2013) On employment contracts with heterogeneous workers and endogenous on-the-job search.

Kiraly, F. (2013) Employment contracts with endogenous on-the-job search.

Kiraly, F. (2013) Outside offers and turnover in search markets.

Kiraly, F. (2013) Bargaining versus posted wages.

Kiraly, F. (2013) Outside offers in frictional labour markets. 

Kiraly, F. (2013)  Efficient promotions: the role of counter-offers

Undergraduate Teaching

ECO3001 Advanced Microeconomics

Previous teaching:

Economics of Information
Personnel Economics
Mathematics for Economists
Intermediate Microeconomics
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Economics of Monopoly and Firm

Postgraduate Teaching

Game Theory