Liam Delaney is SIRE Professor of Economics at the Scottish Institute for Research in Economics and Stirling University and Director of the Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics PhD programme.
Previously, he was Deputy Director and a senior researcher in the UCD Geary Institute, and a lecturer holding a tenured appointment with the UCD School of Public Health and Population Science and the UCD School of Economics.
He lectured econometrics, health economics and behavioural economics in University College Dublin and supervised post-graduate students in economics and public health. In 2009, he received the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland's Barrington Medal. He was a 2010 Fulbright Fellow and Center for Health and Well-Being fellow at Princeton University.