Dr Edmund Cannon
Edmund Cannon's interests lie mainly on the edges of macroeconomics, in long-run economic development and pensions/savings. He has done research on money illusion, productivity, regional growth rates, the rôle of financial markets and transport and the effect of demographic change. He is a leading economist on the topic of annuities on which topic he has written a book with Ian Tonks (University of Bath) and is currently working on pensions and the consequences of actuarial projection for annuity pricing.
He has a strong commitment to the idea that teaching and research are complementary. He currently teaches econometrics and material on the banking crisis; he is on the board of the Economics Network, which promotes good teaching practice in higher education; and he has done several small pieces of pedagogical research.
Most information about my teaching is on Blackboard. I am currently the unit directer and lecturer for two units: ECON20020 Econometrics (QM3) and ECON30065 Current Economic Problems.
Fields of interest
- Cannon, ES & Brunt, L 2013, The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth: the English Corn Returns as a data source and in economic history, 1770-1914. European review of economic history, vol 17., pp. 318
- Cannon, ES & Brunt, L 2013, Measuring integration in the English wheat market, 1770-1820: new methods, new answers. Explorations in Economic History.
- Cannon, ES, Stevens, R & Tonks, IP 2013, Price efciency in the Dutch Annuity Market. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance.
- Cannon, ES & Tonks, IP 2012, The Value and Risk of Defined Contribution Pension Schemes: International Evidence. Journal of Risk and Insurance, vol 80., pp. 95-119
- Cannon, E & Tonks, I 2011, Compulsory and Voluntary Annuity Markets in the UK. in: Olivia S Mitchell, John Piggott, Noriyuki Takayama (eds) Securing Lifelong Retirement Income: Global Annuity Markets and Policy. Oxford University Press, pp. 171 - 196
- Cannon, E 2011, Does Downloading Power-Point Slides before a Lecture Lead To Better Student Achievement?. International Review of Economics Education, vol 10(1)., pp. 83 - 89
- Cannon, E & Tonks, I 2008, Annuity Markets. Oxford University Press
- Cannon, E & Cipriani, G 2006, Euro-Illusion: a Natural Experiment. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, vol 38 (5)., pp. 1391 - 1403
- Brunt, L & Cannon, E 2004, The Irish grain trade from the Famine to the First World War. Economic History Review, vol 57 (1)., pp. 33 - 79
- Cannon, E & Tonks, I 2004, UK annuity price series, 1957-2002. Financial History Review, vol 11 (2)., pp. 165 - 196
- Cannon, E & Tonks, I 2004, U.K. Annuity Rates, Money's Worth and Pension Replacement Ratios 1957-2002. Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance: Issues and Practice, vol 29 (3)., pp. 371 - 393
- Cannon, E & Attfield, C 2003, The Impact of Age Distribution Variables on the Long Run Consumption Function, Bristol Economics Discussion Paper, 03/546.
- Cannon, E & Tonks, I 2002, The Behaviour of UK Annuity Prices from 1972 to the Present, CERP Working Paper 25/02.
- Cannon, E 2000, Human Capital: Level versus Growth Effects. Oxford Economic Papers, vol 52., pp. 670 - 676
- Cannon, E, Duck, N & Demery, D 2000, Does Distance Matter for Economic Performance? Evidence from European Regions. Bristol Economics Discussion Paper, vol 00/509.
- Attfield, C, Cannon, E, Demery, D & Duck, N 2000, Economic Growth and Geographic Proximity. Economic Letters.
- Duck, N & Cannon, E 2000, Galton's Fallacy and Economic Convergence. Oxford Economic Papers, vol 52., pp. 415 - 419
- Cannon, E 2000, Economies of Scale and Constant Returns to Capital: A Neglected Early Contribution to the Theory of Economic Growth. American Economic Review, vol 90, 1., pp. 292 - 295
- Cannon, E, Demery, D & Duck, N 1999, The Influence of Geographic Proximity on Long and Short Term Movements in European Regional Output. Bristol Discussion Paper 99/478.
- Cannon, E & Brunt, L 1998, A Grain of Truth in Medieval Interest Rates? Re-examining the McCloskey-Nash Hypothesis. University of Bristol
Full publications list in the University of Bristol publications system