Alasdair C. Rutherford

Lecturer in Quantitative Methods
University of Stirling

I am a research economist with experience in academia, the public and voluntary sectors, and consultancy work.

My research is mainly applied econometric and statistical work using large national datasets, including both pooled cross-sections and panel data. My research interests include charities and nonprofits, migration, social care, evaluation of learning, and the economics of volunteering, with an emphasis on the implications for public policy.

Research Interests:

Economics of Charities & the Voluntary Sector, Labour Economics, Social Care, Migration, Public Economics, Economics of Volunteering.