Christopher Stapenhurst (Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Studentship)
Room 3.02, 31 Buccleuch Place
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Chris initally studied human geography at the University of Leicester, but found the economics options courses more relevant to his interests causing him to switch to a degree in mathematics and economics at the University of Aberdeen. After completing his undergraduate degree he worked as an assistant economist (Government Economic Service) on the measurement of capital stock for national accounts at the Office for National Statistics. He then went to the LSE to study mathematics. Whilst there he won an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) 1+3 studentship.
MA Mathematics and Economics, University of Aberdeen, 2014.
MSc Applicable Mathematics, The London School of Economics and Political Science, 2016.
MSc Economics, The University of Edinburgh, 2017.
ECNM08003: Economic Applications (class tutor)
ECNM11025: Microeconomics 2 (class tutor)
Mechanism design, corruption, regulation. Testing hypotheses involving ordinal data. Animal welfare. Social interaction.
Lisbon Meetings in Game Theory and Applications, Research Unit on Complexity and Economics and the Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão, 2019, Lisbon.
Ce2 Workshop, Centre for Economic Analysis and Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice, 2019, Warsaw.
SES Annual Conference, Scottish Economic Society, 2019, Perth.
École Polytechnique, Summer 2019.
Maastricht University, Spring 2020