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Martin graduated with a BA from Leicester University in 1991. He went to University of East Anglia where he gained his MA and PhD in Economics. From 1995 he has worked as a research officer at Oxford, Newcastle and Sheffield Universities before becoming a Lecturer at Dundee in October 2000.
- External Examiner at the University of East Anglia
- Member of Royal Economic Society
Martin’s research interests lie broadly in the area of behavioural economics. He has done work in experimental economics, particularly in relation to game theory and decision theory. He has also looked at the methodology of experimental economics, examining some of the problems of economic experiments from a philosophical perspective. More recently he has been researching the theoretical foundations of the distribution of values and their influence on economic choices.
Summary of research expertise
- Behavioural Economics
- Teaching of Economics
- Methodology of Economics
- Global Economic Perspectives
- Risk and Information
- Business Economic Analysis
- Behavioural Economics (MSc in Economics; Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics