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Research Groups

EQUIPOL: Equity in Health Policy – Department of Health Sciences and Centre for Health Economics, University of York
EXEC: Centre for Experimental Economics – Department of Economics and Related Studies, University of York
OPHI: Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative – Department of International Development, University of Oxford
IRNEP: Interdisciplinary Research Network for Economists and Philosophers

Presentations

2019: European Workshop on Econometrics and Health Economics, Leuven, Belgium – Health Economic and Decision Science Seminar (Invited Speaker), University of Sheffield – International Health Economics Association (iHEA) Conference, Basel, Switzerland – Economics for the Social Good, De Montford University, Leicester – York Research Impact Conference, University of York – Center for Health Decision Science Seminar (Invited Speaker), Harvard University, USA – Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation Seminar (Invited Speaker), Bangor University.
2018: Summer School on Socioeconomic Inequality (SSSI), University of Bonn, Germany – Foundations of Utility and Risk (FUR) Conference, University of York – Young Economists’ Meeting, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic.
2017: Royal Economic Society (RES) PhD Meeting, Westminster Business School, London – The Choice Lab (Invited Speaker), NHH, Bergen, Norway – Spring School in Behavioural Economics, UCSD, San Diego, USA – OPHI Seminar Series (Invited Speaker), University of Oxford.
2016: Preferences, Personality and Moral Behaviour: The Choice Lab, NHH, Bergen, Norway – 2nd IRNEP PhD Conference, University of York.
2015: 2nd Annual PhD Conference in Economics, University of Leicester – 1st IRNEP PhD Conference, University of Reading – Health Economists Study Group Conference, University of Leeds.

Conferences, Workshops and Summer Schools

2019: Summer School on Inequality and Inequity in Health and Healthcare, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
2018: Summer School on Socioeconomic Inequality (SSSI), University of Bonn, Germany
2017: Spring School in Behavioural Economics, UCSD, San Diego, USA.
2016: WRDTC AQM, R networks course, University of Sheffield – OPHI Workshop, Determinants of Multidimensional Poverty Levels and Trends, University of Oxford – Preferences, Personality and Moral Behaviour, The Choice Lab (NHH), Norway – NIBS Conference, University of East Anglia – Experimental Development Economics: Lab-in-the-Field, University of East Anglia – Advanced MatLab Training Day, University of York – AQMeN: Cluster Analysis Using R, University of Sheffield.
2015: 2nd Annual PhD Conference in Economics, University of Leicester – CEAR-CSAE; Eliciting Subjective Beliefs and Risk and Time Preferences in Developing Countries, University of Oxford – Experimetrics PhD Summer School, University of East Anglia – R User-Day, University of York – Lab-in-the-Field Workshop, London (University of East Anglia) – Course in Programming Economic Experiments in Z-Tree, Konstanz University, Germany.

Awards and Grants

-ESRC Advanced Quantitative Methods (+3) Studentship, 2014-2018
-ESRC White Rose DTC Overseas Institutional Visit, The Choice Lab, NHH; Bergen, Norway, 2017
-Ellis-Hunter Teaching Scholarship, 2015/16, 2016/17 & 2017/18
-Aronson Teaching Prize, Best Designed 2nd Year Module, 2016/17 & 2017/18
-Acknowledgement of Teaching Excellence, 2015/16 & 2016/17 & 2017/18
-ESRC White Rose DTC Company Internship Scheme, The Field Laboratory; Mbale, Uganda, 2016
-NIHR Masters Studentship in the Economics of Health, 2013-2014
-William and Myfanwy Eames Prize for the Best Performance in Economics, Bangor University, 2013
-Charles Mowat Memorial Prize for the Most Meritorious Student in History, Bangor University, 2013
-Small Grants: Royal Economic Society: Special Project Grant Scheme; Society of Applied Philosophy: Event Funding; The Leverhulme Trust: Climate Justice Funding; YuFund; YuStart: Crowdfunding; Departments of: Economics and Related Studies, Philosophy, Health Sciences and Politics, Economics and Philosophy (University of York); Department of Economics, REAPP and Graduate School (University of Reading).

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