I joined the School of Economics at the University of East Anglia as a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in September 2020.
I am a behavioural economist studying social preferences & behavioural change. I am particularly interested in the primary and secondary effects of policies aimed at behavioural change in the arenas of charitable giving, volutneerism, cooperation and other morally-motivated choices. I use a variety of methods in my research, including experiments (field, lab, and online), as well as administrative and survey data.
Behavioral Economics, Social Preferences
Experimental Economics, Applied Microeconometrics, Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Charitable Giving & Volunteering.