Biography

Following the completion of a BA Politics, Philosophy and Economics (UEA), and an MSc Economics and Finance (UEA), James has joined the PhD programme at the UEA School of Economics. In addition, James has experience in research associate roles, helping to develop and fulfil original research goals on the intersection of corruption and public sector management. James' research interests include behavioural and experimental economics, development, policy design and evaluation and the economics of corruption. More specifically, his PhD thesis, supervised by Sheheryar Banuri and Oana Borcan, focuses on policy interventions surrounding competitive selection of public sector management in developing countries.

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