My research areas are in behavioural economics. Most of my work deals with decision making in social and strategic situations. I am particularly interested how culture, religion and other social identities affect how people interact. While most of my work uses experiments I have also experience of other quantitative methods including psychometric instruments, computer simulations and secondary data analysis.
I am available for MPhil and PhD research supervision at RMIT University in these areas and welcome enquiries by suitably qualified candidates.