My research areas are: Behavioural and Experimental Economics, Self-Control, Cooperation, Game Theory
I specialize in Behavioural and Experimental Economics and both my teaching, student supervision and research focuses on this area. Much of my work I concerned with self-control, altruism and the relationship between the two. I am also interested in judgment and decision making in general and recent work explores how aspects of bounded rationality can result in suboptimal equilibrium behaviours and long-term outcomes, in particular related to retirement savings, environmental sustainability and health. I joined Stirling Management School and the Division of Economics in 2017 having previously held a tenured appointment at the University of Gothenburg, Department of Economics.