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Anne Gasteen was a Research Assistant in the Department of Economics at the University of Aberdeen and a Lecturer at Dundee Institute of Technology (now Abertay University) before joining Glasgow Caledonian University in 1993. She is a graduate of the former City of London Polytechnic and Aberdeen University. She currently leads the BA Business & Management Part-time Programme, teaches economics and related quantitative methods at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and has previously lectured at Glasgow University in her specialist area of labour economics.
Anne’s specialist areas of research are in the fields of labour and education economics in which she has researched and published extensively over a number of years.
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‘Employability and Earnings Returns to Further Education in Scotland, 1999-2001’ (with John Houston), Regional Studies, Vol 41.4, pp 443-451, 2007
Earnings Returns to Further Education, (with John Houston and Carolyn Davidson) in Ermisch, John F. and Wright, Robert E. (eds.), Living in Scotland: Findings from the British Household Panel Survey, Bristol, Policy Press, 2005
‘Do the Qualified Earn More in Scotland or Northern Ireland?’ (with John Houston), Labour Market Bulletin 18, Department for Employment and Learning Northern Ireland (delni), November, 2004
‘Educational routes and Earnings Returns in Scotland’ (with John Houston & Carolyn Davidson), Research Report, Scottish Economic Policy Network (ScotEcon), December 2003
‘Scottish Further Education Qualifications: Employability and Wage Premia effects’ (with John Houston & Carolyn Davidson), Research Report, Scottish Economic Policy Network (ScotEcon), November 2003
‘Employability And Wage Premia Effects Of Further Education In Scotland’ (with John Houston and Carolyn Davidson), Research Report for the Scottish Economic Policy Network (ScotEcon) (http://www.scotecon.net/menujs.html?index.html), April 2002
‘Labour Market Flexibility In Scotland And The New Parliament’s Income Tax Varying Powers’ (with J. Houston & D. Asenova), Regional Studies, Vol 35.4, pp 321-328, 2001
‘UK Monetary Policy, Earnings Growth and Labour Market Structure 1989-1998’ (with John Houston & Darinka Asenova), Economic Issues, Vol 5, No 2, September, 2000