Applicants should hold or expect to gain a minimum of a 2:1 Master Degree or equivalent in an appropriate neuroeconomics/neuroscience/behavioural economics subject. Applicants should have an interest in and preferably some practical experience of neuroscience/behavioural and experimental economics.
Applicants will need to secure their own funding.
Bruce, Amanda S.,Lusk, Jayson L.,Crespi, John M.,Cherry, J. Bradley C.,Bruce, Jared M.,McFadden, Brandon R.,Savage, Cary R.,Brooks, William M.,Martin, Laura E. Consumers’ neural and behavioral responses to food technologies and price.Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics, Vol 7(3), Sep 2014, 164-173. Lusk, J. L., Roosen, J., & Bieberstein, A. (2014). Consumer Acceptance of New Food Technologies: Causes and Roots of Controversies. Annual Review of Resource Economics, 6(1), 381–405. McFadden, Brandon R. & Lusk, Jayson L. & Crespi, John M. & Cherry, J. Bradley C. & Martin, Laura E. & Bruce, Amanda S., 2012. "Consumer Response to Controversial Food Technologies and Price: A Neuroeconomic Analysis," 2012 Annual Meeting, August 12-14, 2012, Seattle, Washington 124071, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association.