I am a Professor of Economics and Behavioral Science at the University of Leeds. My areas of expertise are wide-ranging (and continually evolving) and include the economics of happiness, nudge theory, identity economics, environmental and natural resource economics and farmer behaviour. While an economist by training I typically combine the tools and techniques commonly employed by economists with insights from psychology, sociology and political science. See full CV.
Links to recent blogs which give a good overview of various strands of my research
Why the English and British don’t see eye to eye when it comes to immigration. LSE British Politics and Policy Blog.
Why unemployment can feel worse when there is less of it around: The Conversation