Research Interests: Applied microeconomic theory and experimental economics / psychology.
I am an economist working at the University of Oxford and Nuffield College.
My primary areas of research are applied microeconomic theory and experimental economics / psychology.
Within the former, I mostly study the functioning and implications of digital markets, especially those in which intermediaries are a pertinent feature. Within the latter, my interests lie in developing models and experimental / survey techniques to help explain consumer decision-making, both more generally and with regard to specific, policy-relevant questions.