Fourth year PhD Student
Hannah holds an MPhil in Economics and a BA (Hons) in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford. After graduating in 2010 she joined the World Bank, working on climate change, environmental economics and the World Development Report on 'Mind and Culture'.
Hannah's current research focuses on social preferences and the design of behavioural interventions, testing insights from behavioural sciences through lab- and field-experiments. She is particularly interested in the effect of fairness concerns and how individuals acquire and use new information. Other research interests include the role of habits and social norms, especially related to health and environmental behaviours.
Supervisors: Michele Belot & Ed Hopkins.