Applicants should hold or expect to gain a minimum of a 2:1 Master Degree or equivalent in an appropriate economics/behavioural economics subject. Applicants should have an interest in and preferably some practical experience of behavioural and experimental economics.
Applicants will need to secure their own funding
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