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I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Behavioural and Experimental Economics at the Department of Economics at Lancaster University and Lab-manager of the Lancaster Experimental Economics Laboratory (LExEL).
I am also an affiliated researcher to the ICRE8, the International Centre for Research on the Environment & the Economy.
My research focuses on decision making under risk and ambiguity in a non-Expected Utility framework. I am particularly interested in dynamic choice under ambiguity, formation and updating of subjective beliefs, social and strategic interaction under ambiguity and their application to public policy. I am using Behavioural and Experimental Economics methods.