CeDEx
Centre for Decision Research and Experimental Economics
   
   
  

Former CeDEx Members

Professor Klaus Abbink

Director of CBESS, University of East Anglia
now Professor of Economics, Monash University

Research interests
Experimental Economics, Applied Game Theory, Behavioural Economics, Political Economy, Development Economics.


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Former PhD,
now a Postgrad Assoc Psychology at Yale University

Research interests
Experimental Economics; Cross-Cultural Comparisons; Anti-social Behaviour; Individual Decision Making under Uncertainty; Applied Microeconomics.


Former Postdoc, 
now Associate Professor in Climate Change Economics, University of Reading

Research interests
I am researching the economics of climate change, and am interested in particular in insights from ecological economics and behavioural economics. I have also been conducting experimental investigations of decision making, and have also addressed related methodological issues.


Former Postdoc, 
Professor Auxiliar in Microeconomia at ISEG - Lisboa School of Economics and Management, University of Lisbon  
 

 

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Former PhD,
now post-doctoral researcher at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany, in Veronika Grimm’s chair of economic theory
Research interests
My fields of research are decision theory, behavioural and experimental economics, my interests extending to microeconomics in general.

 

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Francesco Fallucchi

Former PhD and NIBS PostDoc,
now a Researcher in the Personnel and Behavioural Economics group at Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research

Research interests
Behavioural and experimental economics with a focus on industrial organisation and learning in games.

 

Former PhD,
now working at the University of Innsbruck

Research interests 
When Niall was a PhD student with us, his research interests included: positional goods, experienced utility, and menu dependence. 

 

Former Lecturer,
now Reader, University of Essex.

Research interests
My research interests include: experimental and behavioural economics, economic applications of game theory.

 

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Former PhD,
now Assistant Professor, Nottingham University Business School China

Research interests
Behavioural Economics & Experimental Economics (Chinese Economic Psychology; Decision Making under Risk; Compliance with the Law/Regulation; Tax Evasion/ Compliance).

 

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Former PhD,
was Post Doc Research Associate at the Department of Political Science at the Stony Brook University, now Post Doc Researcher at Monash University, Australia.

 

now Professor of Mikroökonomik insbes. Informationsökonomik, University of Osnabrück

Research interests
Steve's research interests include: experimental and theoretical approaches to the study of economic decision-making.

 

Former Lab Manager,
now Analyst Programmer at Lancaster University

Research interests
Investigating the role of emotions in economic decision-making using the approach of experimental economics and by adopting and refining a physiological technique of emotion measurement known as electrodermal activity (EDA) measurement.

 

Former PhD,
now at Zurich University of Applied Sciencs (ZHAW) School of Management and Law

Research interests
Since 2013, Esther is the project team leader for the Internationalization Strategies and Processes of Chinese Enterprises 

 

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Former NIBS PostDoc,
now PostDoc at the Chair for Economics: Design and Behavior at the University of Cologne
 

 

Dr Xiaojing Kong

Former PhD, 
Xiaojing's first destination after graduating the University of Nottingham was as an NI Financial Controller at Schindler Ltd.
 

 

Dr Yuki Kumagai

Former PhD,
now Teaching Associate, University of Bristol 

Research interests
Yuki Kumagai's research interests include: repeated games; trade; economics of information; law and economics.

 

Former PhD joint with Nottingham Business School,
now Assistant Professor in Industrial Economics, Nottingham Business School

Research interests
Jeremy's research interests include: Experimental Methodology; Cultural Influences on Decision-making; Cognition; Emotion; Field Experiments.

 

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Dr Luis (Alejandro) Lee 

Former PhD
Research interests
Alejandro's resesearch interests include Experimental Economics and Applied Economics and he was supervised by Professors Chris Starmer and Sourafel Girma.

 

Luke Lindsay
Former PhD,
now Lecturer, University of Exeter

Research interests
Luke's research interests are: Microeconomic Theory, Decision Theory and Experimental Economics. His recent research has involved using laboratory experiments to investigate decision making, behaviour in markets, and how different market institutions perform.

 

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Former PhD,
now Lecturer, University of Manchester

Research interests
Behavioural and experimental economics, the role of emotions in economic decision making, applied econometrics.

 

Former Lecturer,
now Professor, University of Essex
Research interests
Her research interests include: (Evolutionary) Game Theory; Learning and Categorization; Models of (Bounded) Rationality; Social Networks; and Behavioural and Experimental Economics

 

 

Former PhD,
now Researcher, Grenoble Applied Economic Laboratory

Research interests
Experimental economics & behavioural economics; including the economics determinants of food consumption & behavioral changes due to regulatory policies; and improving the experimental tool in order to get in laboratory predictive and reproducible results in the field.

 

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Former PhD
now four year research fellowship as a behavioural economist at the Department of Health Care Management and Policy at the University of Surrey

Research interests
Experimental and Behavioural Economics, Accuracy Calibration, Biases and Heuristics.

 

Former PhD,
now Post-doctoral Research Fellow, London School of Economics and Political Science

Research interests
I have a particular interest in financial decisions and decision making under risk. More recently, I have been working on field experiments that investigate people's choices with respect to investment and credit.

 

Former PhD,
now Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Mauritius. Baboo Nowbutsing earned his Lectureship after completing his Research Fellowship at GEP

 

Former PhD and Research Fellow
now Professor of Economics at the University of Mannheim

Research interests
Henrik's main research interests are in experimental economics, applied game theory and industrial organisation.

 

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Former PhD
now Assistant Consultant, Oxford Policy Management
Research interests
Ashira is experienced in the design, collection and quantitative analysis of behavioural experimental and household survey datasets from developing countries. Her doctoral research investigated how Sri Lankan farmers cope with the Human-Elephant Conflict, and involved extensive fieldwork in rural Sri Lanka.

 

Former PhD,
now Postdoc at IAME (Institute for Applied Microeconomics) at the University of Bonn

Research interests
Simone's main research interests are: Behavioral and experimental economics; public economics; and personal economics

 

Dr Maria Ruiz-Martos

Former PhD,
now Research Fellow, University of Warwick

Research interests
Behavioural and Experimental Economics, Individual Decision Making under Risk, Emotions and Positive Affect, Contract Theory.

 

Dr Sergio Sousa

Former PhD,
now Research Fellow, University of Sao Paulo
Research interests

Our former PhD, Sergio, had research interests that include: Microeconomic Theory, Decision Theory and Experimental Economics.

 

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Dr Jörg Weber

Former PhD
now Research Fellow, University of Nottingham (NIBS)

Research interests
My 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 & wider applications to public policy.

 

Dr Ping Zhang

Former Postdoc

Research interests
Ping's researcher interests included: experimental economics, behavioural economics, game theory, institutional design and auctions.

 

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