Senior Lecturer in Management Science
Dr Morton is Senior Lecturer in Management Science within the Management Science Group and Departmental Tutor for the BSc Management Sciences. He is also affiliated with LSE Health, the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, and the Public Policy Group. He is a member of the Operational Research Society, INFORMS, and the Health Economists' Study Group and in 2008 he was seconded to the National Audit Office as Visiting Senior Fellow. He currently serves on the Editorial Board of the INFORMS journal Decision Analysis and and has edited the recently published Portfolio Decision Analysis.
Dr Morton is a management scientist, decision analyst and occasional game theorist. He is interested in the application of systematic methods and modelling to help organisations deal with situations where values are contested and there are significant uncertainties. Before joining LSE, Dr Morton worked in Singapore, first at Singapore Airlines and then at the National University of Singapore. Prior to that, he completed an MSc in Operational Research and a PhD in Management Science at the University of Strathclyde. He completed his BSc in Mathematics and Philosophy at the University of Manchester.
Decision analysis approaches to prioritisation and resource allocation, especially in the National Health Service
Normative foundations of healthcare resource allocation
Interactive multiobjective methods
Game theory in audit, inspection and security
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