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Research Fellows in NIBS1

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Sudeep Bhatia

Was at the Universitiy of Warwick, now Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania - PhD (Carnegie Mellon)

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I study the cognitive basis of preferential choice. I am particularly interested in understanding how people learn, represent, retrieve and aggregate information about the choice alternatives available to them, and how this information affects their final decisions. I also study intuitive judgment, again with a focus on understanding the mechanisms involved in representing and aggregating relevant information in these types of judgments. My work uses mathematical and computational cognitive models, and tests the predictions of these models with behavioral experiments


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Francesco Fallucchi
Was at The University of East Anglia, now Researcher in the Personnel and Behavioural Economics group at Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research
BSc and MSc (Siena), PhD (Nottingham) 

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My research interests are in behavioural and experimental economics with a focus on industrial organisation and learning in games.
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Gerardo Infante
Was at The University of East Anglia before relocating to Canada
MSc (East Anglia), PhD (Bari)

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Research Interests: experimental economics; behavioural economics; behavioural welfare economics; dynamic decision making under risk and uncertainty; intertemporal consumption models; group decision making; household behaviour.
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Timothy Mullett
Was at Warwick Psychology, followed by Warwick Business School, but has taken up a new post - details to follow. 
BSc, MSc and PhD (Nottingham) 

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Research interests include effects of memory phenomenon upon value judgements; cognitive modelling of value judgement and economic decision making; the neural basis for real time value judgement in humans and the modulating effect of changes in past experience.
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Anya Skatova

Was at Warwick Business School now University of Bristol, School of Experimental Psychology
BA (Moscow), MSc (Oxford), PhD (Nottingham)

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My primary line of research concerns the psychological underpinnings of cooperation and prosocial behaviour using experimental economics games. I am specifically interested in how different people react to unfair situations, and what factors colour their judgment and decisions in social dilemmas.
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Dennie van Dolder
Was at The University of Nottingham now Department of Finance at Faculty of Economics and Business at VU University Amsterdam
BSc and MSc (Utrecht), MSc (Nottingham), PhD (Rotterdam) 

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Research Interests: behavioral economics, experimental economics, natural & field experiments, social preferences, cooperative behaviour, game theory, social networks, decision making under risk and uncertainty.
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Joerg Weber 
Continued at Nottingham with NIBS 2, then Senior Lecturer at University of Exeter
BA (Edinburgh Napier), MSc and PhD (Nottingham)

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Research interests: My research interests lie at the intersection of applied behavioural economics and contemporary public policy concerns. In particular in household finance and financial decision making, using both microeconometric- and experimental methods. My research is generally concerned with cognitive biases and (sub-)optimal financial choice, consumer irrationality, household consumption and wider applications to public policy
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Emily Wyman
Continues at Nottingham - current role Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Manager
BSc (University College London), PhD (Manchester)

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Research interests: Economic game theory models of cooperative behaviour and decision-making, psychological adaptations for cooperation, methods for applying the basic science of cooperation to challenges in the field (particularly in business and community contexts).
 

 

 

PhD Students in NIBS1

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Despoina Alempaki
The University of Nottingham
Degree and MSc (Macedonia), MSc (Amsterdam)

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Depi graduated in 2018 and is currently a Warwick Business School Research Fellow.  Her research interests are behavioral and experimental economics, topics on deception, decision making under risk, and preference change.
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Dr Tom Lane
The University of Nottingham 
BSc (Birmingham), MSc & PhD (Nottingham)

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Following graduation in 2017 Tom secured a position as a Teaching Fellow in Economics at the Nottingham University Business School in Ningbo China.  He remains at Ningbo, having recently become an Assistant Professor in the School of Economics.  His research interests are: Behavioural Economics, Experimental Economics, Cultural economics, Subjective Wellbeing, Discrimination, and Social Norms.
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Xueheng Li
The University of Nottingham
BA (Jinan, China), MSc (Nottingham)

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Li graduated in 2018 and joined the Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER) at Nanjing Audit University in China as an Assistant Professor.  His research Interests: systematically behavioural differences between people from different cultures, societies or religious backgrounds; evolution and determination of social preferences.
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Krishane Patel
The University of Warwick
BSc (Warwick), MRes (York)

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Kris will be commencing a Research Fellow position at the Centre for Behaviour Change in UCL, working jointly with the Foods Standard Agency.  His thesis research investigated patient's self management and clinical decision-making, specifically areas and instances where patients make erroneous irrational decisions and implementing behavioural change interventions to correct for these decisions.

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Caspar von Schenck
The University of Warwick
BSc (Bonn), MSc (Warwick)

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Research Interests: Behavioural and Experimental Economics, and Probabilistic Preferences. Focus on risky choice, other-regarding preferences, and intertemporal choice.

  

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