Co-ordinator, Experimental & Behavioural Economics Research Group
Academic Lead, Behaviour, Brain & Society GRP
- Behavioural Economics, Experimental Economics, Behavioural Data Science
- Language and Text Analysis, Subjective Well-being, Learning and Beliefs
Daniel’s current interests lie in attempting to understand how psychological traits, cognitive biases, mood, language and beliefs affect behaviour. He is Co-ordinator of the Experimental and Behavioural Economics Research Group in the Economics Department and is one of the academic leads of the Behaviour, Brain & SocietyLink opens in a new window global research priority (GRP) for Warwick, which oversees the inter-disciplinary DR@WLink opens in a new window group of behavioural and experimental researchers spanning the University of Warwick.
Daniel is a member of the World Wellbeing Panel in Montreal, a Research Fellow of the IZA in Bonn, is affiliated with the Behavioural Data Science research programme at the Alan Turing Institute in London and is one of the founders of the Collective Decision-Making and Culture Lab which brings together 71 researchers from 38 institutions across 6 continents who work together to analyse collective action problems.
Daniel's work has been widely covered by hundreds of leading media outlets including front page/cover stories in national newspapers such as the Times, the Guardian and the Economist.
To find out more please visit his personal website.