Prof Michele Belot
Professor of Economics
Michele Belot's research is mainly empirical and in the area of behavioural and labour economics. Current projects are related to habitual behavioural (particularly in the context of diet), bounded memory and counterproductive behaviour in the workplace. Her work is based on various types of data; from traditional surveys to non-standard field data and data collected through controlled experiments in the laboratory.
- Applied labour economics
- Behavioural Economics
Is dishonesty persistent?
A computer-based incentivized food basket choice tool
Providing advice to job seekers at low cost
Are people equally other-regarding when selecting a match vs choosing an allocation?
How private is private information?