The Leverhulme Trust Award has been granted to a team of economists and psychologists in the Behavioural Science group of WBS and in the Department of Psychology to undertake a programme of work to understand how humans arrive at valuations of goods and services in the present and in the future.
- Lab-based Experimental Economics
- Online surveys
- How do people evaluate alternatives involving risk and uncertainty?
- How do people make trade-offs between present and future?
- How do individuals' attitudes to time and risk and other social objectives feed into social policy?
|Graham Loomes||Nick Chater||Daniel Read||Neil Stewart
|Rebecca McDonald||Lukasz Walasek||Zhihua Li|
|Research Fellow||Research Fellow||Research Fellow|
This project is funded by the EPSRC, as part of the Global Research Priorities: Behavioural Science programme.