I am an Experimental Economics PhD researcher, at the University of York. My research is concerned with estimating inequality aversion and other-regarding preferences. I am running incentivised laboratory experiments in the EXEC lab at the University of York, and draw upon the fields of Behavioural Economics, Welfare Economics and Health Economics. My supervisor is John Bone and I am working closely with John Hey and Richard Cookson.
My affiliations lie with the Department of Economics and Related Studies. I have been awarded the ESRC Advanced Quantitative Methods (+3) Studentship. I hold an MSc in Health Economics from the University of York, and a BA(Hons) in History and Economics from Bangor University.