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 Poorvi Iyer

Poorvi Iyer

Research Student

Department of Methodology

Languages
English
Key Expertise
Behavioural economics, Social psychology, Intergroup discrimination, India

About me

Poorvi is a PhD candidate in Social Research Methods supervised by Dr Flora Cornish and Dr Eleanor Power.

She holds a BA in Economics and Psychology from New York University (NYU) and an MSc in Economics and Business (with a specialisation in behavioural economics) from Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands and a second MSc in Social Research Methods at the London School of Economics. Additionally, she has research experience in the field of behavioural economics at institutions like NYU, University of Mumbai and ETH Zurich. Her research interests lie in mixed-methods applications of behavioural economics and social psychology towards understanding intergroup discrimination in India.