Qualifications and memberships
Bachelor of Science in Economics, University College London, University of London
Master of Science in Economics, Birkbeck College, University of London
PhD on the insider-outsider theory of hysteresis and wage-setting in the motor vehicle & electrical engineering industries in the UK, 1948-85, Birkbeck College, University of London
Academic and research interests
Regional economic development
The workings of the labour market and unemployment
SMEs and business support programmes
Industrial change and concentration
Cowie, P, Mulvey, G, Peck, F. and Shaw, K. (2018) “Brexit: Implications for the Rural North of England” for Northumberland County Council and the Institute for Local Governance
Peck, F., Mulvey, G. and Jackson, K. (2018) “Regulation and Small Business Growth: Case Studies from North West England” (2018) BEIS Research Paper, Number 11, May
Peck, F. and Mulvey, G. (2016) “Cross-border collaboration in economic development: Institutional change on the Anglo-Scottish Border,” Journal of Borderlands Studies. Published online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08865655.2016.1257365.
Peck F., Parry S., Mulvey G., Jackson K., Cabras I. and Jackson J.(2014) “The role and significance of rates relief for supporting businesses in Wales,” Environment & Planning C: Government & Policy, Vol 32, Issue 6, pp. 982 - 99.
Cabras, I. and Mulvey, G.C. (2012) “Nuclear Economies and Local Supply Chains in Peripheral Areas: the case of West Cumbria,” European Planning Studies, 20:4, pp. 707-24.
Peck, F., Mulvey, G., Jackson, K., and Cabras, I. (2010) “Evaluation of the Small Business Rates Relief Scheme in Wales” for the Welsh Assembly Government (2010) available at http://gov.wales/docs/caecd/research/101207-evaluation-small-business-rates-relief-scheme-en.pdf