Professor Peter Tyler

Urban and regional economics, with a particular emphasis on the evaluation of policy
Professor of Urban and Regional Economics

Professor Peter Tyler is the College Fellow responsible for direction of student studies. He has an extensive track record in undertaking research in urban and regional economics with a particular emphasis on the evaluation of policy. Peter is a Master of the Royal Town Planning Institute, a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and an Academician of the Learned Society for Social Sciences. During the three years he obtains the best supervision in the University across the wide variety of courses for which undergraduates can opt. Lectures are given in the Department, next door to the College island site. The combined College Land Economy and Economics society has a programme of speakers and an annual gathering where undergraduates are able to meet with graduates in the subject.