CAGE is a research centre based in the Department of Economics at the University of Warwick. Please visit the CAGE webpage to find out more about Professor Daniel Sgroi's work on the research theme of Behavioural Economics and Wellbeing.
The Experimental and Behavioural Economics Research Group (EBERG) draws its membership from economists based at the Economics Department at Warwick who work in the fields of Experimental Economics, Behavioural Economics and/or Subjective Wellbeing (“Happiness Economics”). Experimental methods are used in many fields of economics, including behavioural economics, public economics, labour economics, political economy, game theory, and financial economics. Behavioural economics is an attempt to understand decision-making in the context of the many psychological, cognitive and emotional factors that influence behaviour.
The Institute for Global Pandemic Planning, the University of Warwick will combine world-class expertise to develop comprehensive solutions for global leaders struggling to respond to the health, social, economic and psychological impacts of pandemics. You can hear from our Theme lead in Neuroscience at the IGPP webinar 'The Institute for Global Pandemic Planning: Developing a Warwick Response to Covid-19'
The World Wellbeing Panel is about the promotion of wellbeing as the ultimate purpose of all major decision makers, particularly government. Our academic lead Professor Daniel Sgroi is a member of the panel along with for other University of Warwick researchers. The panel encourages debates about policy with an aim to improve better policies and decisions.
SIN links researchers at the University of Birmingham and University of Warwick in the UK with other collaborators. The group studies information, disclosure and decision making and is an interdisciplinary mix of psychologists, economists and behavioural scientists.
Our academic lead Professor Daniel Read is part of the SIN network, view his latest working paper with network members on 'Unpacking moral wiggle room: Information preferences and not information itself predict generosity'
Other connected centres include:
The aim of this centre is to foster innovative and experimental forms of knowledge production through a sustained focus on methodology.
The centre brings together researchers of international economic law, business and commercial law, corporate governance and financial regulation.
We bring together researchers of global order. Our themes are globalisation and regionalisation, global governance and global order and global civil society.
CSWG is a centre of research and teaching in women's, gender and feminist studies, with members from across the university.
Our vision is to be at the forefront of knowledge creation, enabling transformations towards a more sustainable, prosperous, healthier and just world for all.
The institute builds upon the range of Warwick's research expertise across the Mathematical Sciences to promote innovative research collaborations that will help shape the future of data analysis.
Our centre addresses urgent problems of poverty, inequality and social and economic change. We also challenge global hierarchies of knowledge and resources.