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Peter Moffatt is Professor of Econometrics in the School of Economics.  His research specialism is Experimetrics, that is, the econometric analysis of data from Economic Experiments.  He is author of the 2015 textbook Experimetrics published by Palgrave Macmillan, and is renowned for delivering Masterclasses in Experimetrics all over the world.  He also has research interests in other areas such as the study of risk attitude using data from large surveys, analysis of the repayment performance of bank borrowers, and the theory of the consumer.

PhD Supervision Interests

Experimetrics; Econometric modelling of data from economic experiments; Modelling of risk attitude; Discrete choice models; Financial Econometrics, including option pricing models.



Key Research Interests

Research projects from 1 January 2001

Funded projects completed since 1 January 2001

The Role of Experimental Methods in Economics, Leverhulme Trust, 2002-5 (with Nick Bardsley, Robin Cubitt, Graham Loomes, Chris Starmer, and Bob Sugden).


Areas of Expertise

Econometrics; statistics; probability; gambling; lotteries.

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