The cognitive and social foundations of rationality & language; general principles of cognition; philosophical, economic & policy implications of cognitive science.
About this Fellow
Labour Economics (inequality, wage structures, minimum wages; peer effects); the Economics of Migration; the Economics of Education; the Economics of Crime; Population Economics
- Professor of Economics, and Founding Director CReAM (Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration), University College London
Game-theoretic microeconomics, with emphases on bargaining & arbitration, strategic communication, matching markets, learning & coordination. Current research areas are behavioural & experimental game theory & behavioural economics more generally.
Eighteenth & nineteenth century economic history: industrialization; wellbeing; labour markets; women's work and family lives; child labour; anthropometrics
International trade & foreign direct investment; economic growth in an interdependent world economy; political economy with an emphasis on the formation of trade policies.