I have been a lecturer in microeconomics here at UEA since August 2014.   Since this time, I have been involved in a range of undergraduate modules, including introductory mathematics, applied econometrics & statistics, behavioural economics, introductory, intermediate and advanced microeconomics and environmental economics.  I am currently the module convenor for both first year (Introductory) Microeconomics and for the Postgraduate module on Environmental and Natural Resource Economics.


Whilst my post is one of teaching, I also conduct a variety of research projects here at UEA.  These span my two core interests, namely behavioural and environmental economics.  More specifically, the primary focus of my research is seeking to use behavioural economics to understand how people value their local environment and explore their approaches to conservation and sustainability.  Some of these working papers can be viewed on my ‘Research’ section.  


I completed my Undergraduate degree, Masters degree and PhD here at UEA and I currently represent the Economics Department on the Student Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC) and the ECO School Board through my role as Lead Support Tutor (LST).  

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