Dr Jeroen Nieboer
Post-doctoral Research Fellow
decision making under risk;
group decision making;
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I am a behavioural economist with a particular interest in financial decisions and decision making under risk. I first started investigating these topics in my doctoral thesis, which consists of a series of laboratory studies that focus on how decisions about risk are shaped by group processes and social context.
More recently, I have been working on field experiments that investigate people's choices with respect to investment and credit. My current research project at the LSE is supported by a research grant from the AXA Research Fund.
Sectors and industries to which research relates:
Creative Industries and Culture;
Dutch [Spoken: Fluent, Written: Fluent]
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