Associate professor, University of Warwick

Daniel Sgroi has been based at the University of Warwick since 2007. He is currently Associate Professor of Economics, Leader of Theme 3 (“wellbeing and behaviour”) of the University of Warwick’s ESRC-funded CAGE centre, a Senior Researcher at the Warwick Policy Lab and Fellow of the Centre for Economic Theory and Applications at Warwick. Before coming to Warwick he was AEA Technology Junior Research Fellow at Churchill College, Cambridge (2000-2), Research Associate and then Senior Research Associate at the Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge (2002-7) and Fellow and Director of Studies in Economics at Churchill College, Cambridge (2002-7). He took his MPhil and DPhil at Nuffield College, Oxford (1996-2001) and his BA at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge (1992-95). Between undergraduate and graduate studies he was an Economic Consultant at OXERA (1995-6). His research interests include experimental and behavioural economics, economic theory (especially game theory) and applications to labour economics, industrial organization, finance and "happiness economics". Most recently he has been working on how to measure historical happiness using Google books, and the relationship between happiness and productivity.

Experience

  • 2007–present
    Associate Professor, University of Warwick