Vincent’s PhD research centers on the exploration of virtual reality (VR) applications within stated preference methods, with the aim of mitigating inherent challenges associated with these research methodologies. He aims to integrate virtual reality into the stated preference framework to create more genuine and captivating scenarios for environmental goods in valuation, thereby reducing hypothetical bias and elevating the accuracy of the findings.


Before embarking on the doctoral journey, Vincent worked as a Senior Military Intelligence Officer, and is currently funded by LSE Data Science PhD Studentship. 

Research interests

  • Environmental evaluation
  • Virtual Reality
  • Contingent Valuation
  • Stated Preference Methods
  • Behavioural Economics
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