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Kate is currently a Fellow in the Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science where she teaches on the MSc programme Psychology of Economic Life. Prior to this, Kate worked as a postdoc and a research assistant for her PhD supervisor Professor Paul Dolan in the same department. Kate received her PhD in February 2018 for her thesis entitled "Issues relating to behaviour, wellbeing and the environment". Kate carries out research at the intersection of economics and psychology aimed at producing policy-relevant insights which can help to address environmental challenges and promote human wellbeing.
Behavioural Science; Subjective wellbeing economics; Field and Lab experiments; Quantitative Methods
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