Funded PhD/Teaching Fellowship in Behavioural Economics (including subjective well-being) at City University London
The Departments of Psychology and Economics at City University London invite applications for one PhD studentship. The successful candidate will receive a full three year fee waiver and will be appointed to a fixed-term (3 year) Teaching Fellowship with a stipend of £16,000 per year.
The successful student will undertake doctoral research in the area of behavioural economics, and will provide teaching support for the MSc in Behavioural Economics which is jointly offered by the Departments of Psychology and Economics. A strong background in quantitative methodology is expected.
We are able to support PhD supervision across the range of behavioural economic areas, including: personality and individual differences in the heterogeneity of economic behaviour; subjective well-being (e.g., employment and/or gender); bounded rationality in experimental games and decision-making; judgement and decision making; models in decision theory; quantum theory for building decision making models. However, research topics outside these area would also be considered.
The post will begin as soon as possible. The successful candidate will become part of the PhD cohort at City University London
Informal Enquiries are welcomed and can be made to:
Professor Philip Corr firstname.lastname@example.org
We are happy to facilitate discussion on draft research proposals.
Duration: 3 years PhD research training
Further details can be found here: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/