Dr Milton Yago, Senior Lecturer

Dr Milton Yago

Senior Lecturer

Milton Yago graduated with a PhD in Economics from the University of Nottingham, School of Economics. His thesis was based on the investigation of the determinants of growth and investment in developing countries with specific emphasis on sub-Saharan African countries. Previously, Milton graduated with an MSc (econ) in Economics from the University of London at Queen Mary and an MA in International Economics from the University of Essex.

Milton joined the Business school in September 2006 from The University of Hull Centre for Economic Policy where he worked as a Research Associate on an EPSRC Supergen project investigating the economic impact of low carbon electricity policy on the UK economy. He had previously worked in a similar position at the University of East Anglia developing a macroeconomic model for investigating the impact of antimicrobial resistance on the macroeconomy.

Milton has been a referee for a number of academic journals which include Journal of Health Economics, Journal of Health, Value in Health, Social Science & Medicine, World Economy, Review of International Economics, Journal of Development Studies, International Journal of Economic Research and Global Environmental Change.

Current Teaching

Milton's current teaching includes Introductory Microeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Economics of International Trade, Economics of Business Enterprise and Planning & Forecasting.

Research Interests

Milton's current research areas include economic growth and investment policies, environment policies, macro-health policies and computable general equilibrium modelling.

Dr Milton Yago, Senior Lecturer

Selected Outputs

  • Atkins J; Bhattarai K; Trotter S; Yago MA (2007) Modelling the Economic Impact of Low-Carbon Electricity.

  • Yago MA (2007) The Divergent Dynamics of Economic Growth: Studies in Adaptive Economizing, Technological Change and Economic Development, by Richard H. Day (Cambridge University Press, 2004). Journal of development studies, 43 (4),


  • Smith RD; Yago MA; Millar M; Coast J (2006) A Macroeconomic Approach to Evaluating Policies to Contain Antimicrobial Resistance: A Case Study of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, 5 (1), pp. 55-65.


  • Smith RD; Yago M; Millar M; Coast J (2005) Assessing the macroeconomic impact of a healthcare problem: The application of computable general equilibrium analysis to antimicrobial resistance. Journal of Health Economics, 24 (6), pp. 1055-1075.


  • Yago MA; Smith RD; Coast J; Millar MR (2002) Development of an economic model of antimicrobial resistance.

  • Yago MA; Green RJ; Atkins JP; Bhattarai KR; Trotter S (2008) Macroeconomic impact of low carbon policies. In: Grubb M; Jamasb T; Pollitt MG ed. Delivering a Low Carbon Electricity System: Technologies, Economics and Policy. Cambridge University Press,