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Dr Natalie Moore

BA (Hons) (Nottingham), MA (Hons) (Nottingham), Nottingham ATP (The University of Nottingham), PhD (Nottingham), Fellowship with Advance HEA (FHEA) (Advance HE), ERPsim Certified Instructor (level 1) (ERPsim Lab, HEC Montreal), PGCHE (full 60 credits) (The University of Nottingham)
Associate Professor in Industrial Economics (Teaching Focussed)

Department: Industrial Economics
Centre/Institute: CRIBS
Tel: +44 (0) 115 8467426
Location: C45 (South Building, Jubilee Campus)

I am an economist currently working at the University of Nottingham. I teach in the Industrial Economics and Risk and Insurance divisions at the Nottingham University Business School. I specialise in behavioural and economic experiments and panel data analysis. I hold a PhD from the University of Nottingham where I trained at the Business School and the Centre for Research in the Behavioural Sciences (CRIBS). I am a member of CRIBS and the Centre for Decision Research and Experimental Economics (CeDEx). My research and teaching is mainly in Microeconomics, Behavioural and Experimental Economics, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Econometrics and Statistics. During my PhD I have had a special focus on incentive aligning discrete choice experiments. My thesis comprised of three papers, titled 'Asymmetric Information within the Corporate Social Responsibility Market: Impacts of Signalling on Consumer Decisions'. My research focuses on the attitude-behaviour gap in ethical consumerism and also, the relationship between companies' corporate social performance (CSP) and corporate financial performance. Current research projects involve research into ethical consumerism, corporate financial and social performance, privacy and investment decision making. Before pursuing a PhD I worked in the accountancy industry specialising in corporate tax.

I am responsible for teaching at various levels in the business school and am currently teaching on the following modules

Business Economics
Microeconomics for Business
Quantitative Methods 2A
Insurance in a Risky World
Insurance, Firms and Markets

Natalie is module convenor of the following module(s):


Risk Management Processes (BUSI3012)

Details of all modules can be found on MyNottingham

Currently my research takes an economic approach to socially responsible consumerism to research whether consumers identify with companies' CSR signals and include social features in their trade-off decisions. I am also interested in the impact these trade-off decisions have on the relationship between companies' financial performance and corporate social performance. I am also in the beginning stages of two new research projects, one on privacy valuation, the other on social investment decisions.
School Administrative Roles
SAP Enterprise Resource Planning Simulation (SAP ERM SIM) School Lead
Director of Undergraduate Programmes

School Committee Memberships
Accreditation Standards Committee 2023
School Teaching and Learning Committee 2023
TEF/NSS working group 2023


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