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Prof Martin Browning
FES
Role : Professor of Economics
Job Title : Professorial Fellow
Academic Group : Economics
College Group : Economics
University Department : Economics
Research Interests : Applied microeconometrics, in particular, economics of the family, demand analysis, consumption and saving, design of social support systems.
Telephone : +44(0)1865 288686
Nuffield College
New Road
Oxford, OX1 1NF
United Kingdom

 

Biographical Sketch

 
 
Born in London in 1946. Married to Lisbeth Browning. We have lived in various place over the years: Copenhagen, England, Canada, Paris and the U.S.. Now we live in Oxford. We have three children: Allan (born 1966), Thomas (1973) and Maja (1985). We have four grandchildren: Niklas (1993), Kaya (1997), Cassius (2001) and Zoe (2007).
 
Education: Left school at 15 and worked for a few years as a telephone engineer. In 1976 began studies in economics and anthropology at the London School of Economics. Received B.Sc. (1979) and M.Sc. (1981) from LSE and Ph.D. from Tilburg in 1993.
 
Employment history: First academic job was as a Lecturer in Mathematical Economics at Bristol University. Professor of Economics at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada for 15 years. Also held visiting teaching posts at Princeton, Stanford and various other congenial places. Professor of Economics at the University of Copenhagen from 1998-2006 and Director of the Centre for Applied Microeconometrics (CAM), Copenhagen, 2001-2006. Currently Professor of Economics at the University of Oxford and Fellow of Nuffield College.

Courses Taught

* Please note that some material is restricted to machines within the University domain.

M.Phil. - Applied Microeconometrics

Structural Modelling

 
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