Director of Graduate Studies (Taught Degrees)
- Experimental and Behavioural Economics
- Political Economy and Public Economics
- Behaviour, Brain, and Society (Climate Change and Behavioural Change)Link opens in a new window
Phone: +44 (0)24 765 28244
Email: Lory dot Barile at warwick dot ac dot uk
Advice and feedback hours:
Term 3: please send me an email to book an appointment.
RAE Advice and Feedback hour (Term 1/2): Tuesday 12-1pm.
I joined Warwick in January 2019 as a teaching focussed Associate Professor and Director of Widening Participation, and I became Director of Graduate Studies (Taught Degrees) in August 2020. I am an Associate of the Economics Network, and in June 2021 I became a Fellow of the Warwick International Higher Education Academy (WIHEA), where I chaired the Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Learning Circle in 2021/2022.
I am an applied behavioural and experimental economist, with published research looking at nudge theory, and understanding how monetary/non-monetary incentives impact individuals’ behaviour and promote the formation of pro-environmental habits. I also maintain research interests in the field of applied economics education and have an interest on understanding the drivers of students’ attainment gaps and engagement (with classes and technology), with special focus on students coming from social mobility backgrounds.
Alongside this, I am an Associate Editor for Humanities and Social Sciences Communications (September 2022 – present), and Deputy Director of Behavioural Environmental Economics Team (BEET – August 2020).
- Behavioural and Experimental Economics
- Public and Environmental Economics
- Applied Microeconomics
- Gender Economics
- Economics Education
Time Preference for Investment in the Environment: The Impact of Intrinsic MotivationLink opens in a new window (with J. Cullis and P. Jones). Economic Issues, Vol. 23(2), 2018.
Individual Failure and a Behavioural Public Sector Economics (with Cullis, J. and P. Jones), 2018, in A. Lewis (ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Economic Behaviour (2nd ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Will One Size Fit All? Incentives Designed to Nurture Pro-social BehaviourLink opens in a new window (with Cullis, J. and P. Jones), 2015. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 57, 9-16.
- EC138: Introduction to Environmental EconomicsLink opens in a new window (Module Leader)
- EC331: Research in Applied Economics (RAE)Link opens in a new window
- EC989: Behavioural EconomicsLink opens in a new window
- EC959: Dissertation (Economics MSc Programme)
- EC996: Environmental Economics (Module Leader)
- Director of Graduate Studies (Taught Degrees)
- Member of the Teaching and Learning Committee
- Member of the Teaching Steering Group
- Widening Participation Co-ordinator (Economics Department)
- Member of Students' Progression Working Group
- Warwick Discover Economics Champion
- Deputy Director of the Behavioural Environmental Economics Team (BEET)
- Associate member of the Economics Network
- Member of the Athena Swan Departmental CommitteeLink opens in a new window
- Member of FSS WP Forum
- Member of WP Staff Network
- Fellow of Warwick International Higher Education Academy (WIHEA) and lead of the Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) WIHEA Learning Circle.
Economics study buddies: using Moodle to engage students with peer learning, Economics Network Case Study, published May 2021.
Outreach at the time of the pandemic: an online public good game with punishment, Economics Network Case Study, published September 2020.
Using Excel to design a statistics/econometrics assessment, Economics Network Case Study, published July 2020 as part of the Virtual Symposium on Online Teaching.