I am a professor of behavioural economics at the University of Tasmania. I have taught and researched at several universities in Europe, Asia, Australia and America. My research is generally about how people make decisions in social and strategic situations. I am particular interested in the effects of culture and religion on choice, and how people's interactions are shaped by computer mediation such as social media and virtual worlds.
Professor of Behavioural Economics, University of Tasmania
Professor of Economics, RMIT University
Associate professor, University of Nottingham
Assistant professor, University of Nottingham
University of East Anglia, PhD in Economics
University of East Anglia, MA in Economics
University of Surrey, BSc (Hons) in Economics and Sociology