Antionio's research interests are in finance, economic theory and experimental economics.
Orazio's research interests are in consumption, household behaviour, development economics and macroeconomics.
Richard's research focuses on microeconometrics, labour supply, savings and consumption, household behaviour, taxation, public economics.
Anne's research lies at the intersection of public finance and development economics, with a particular focus on tax system design.
Antonio has expertise in game theory, experimental economics and social networks.
Wendy's research interests are in transition, macro and institutions.
Martin's expertise is in repeated games, auctions and learning.
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Christian's research interests are in population economics (migration, economics of the family), labour economics (education, wage structures, and earnings mobility), and microeconometrics.
Raffaella researches, time series econometrics and forecasting with an emphasis on applications to macroeconomic data.
Hyejin has expertise in labour economics, applied microeconomics and economic development.
Office hours: Wednesdays 4pm-5pm
Valerie is the Joint Faculty Teaching Committee representative.
Ralph has expertise in macroeconomics, computational economics, and monetary economics.
Currently on leave.
Malcolm researches mathematical modelling in economics, nonlinear dynamics and the theory of national income accounting.
Room: 313, Drayton House, UCL
Tel: 020 7679 5867 (x25867)
Lecturer and MSc Economics Progamme Director
Lecturer and MSc Admissions Tutor
Michela has expertise in labour economics and applied microeconometrics/
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Donald's research interests are, economics of education, labour economics and development.
Martin has expertise in econometric theory and applied econometrics.
Room: 120, Drayton House
Tel: +44 (0)20 3549 5347 (x25347)
Economics students: please see Moodle/Departmental and Personal Tutor pages
Others: Tuesdays, 9.30am-10.30am (term time only)