Andrew McFaull is a Lecturer in Accounting and Financial Education and Deputy Programme Director of the BSc in Accounting and Finance.
His key research interests relate to the topics of personal savings and retirement behaviour, with a particular focus on investment schemes offered in the workplace. Andrew holds a PhD from the University of York (2017), where his thesis looked at the economic, social and behavioural factors influencing the investment behaviour and decision-making of scheme participants in broad-based employee stock ownership plans.
Before joining King’s College London, Andrew held a research position at the University of Oxford supporting on a project in the financial services industry. He also worked as a Research Fellow in the Cabinet Office as part of the Behavioural Insights Team, assisting central government apply insights from behavioural economics and psychology to public policy. His research interests include: Retirement and Savings Behaviour, Work-based Savings Schemes, Employee Share Ownership Plans.
Andrew has been nominated by his students for the King's Education Awards every year since he joined King's and was a runner up in the university level King's Education Awards in 2018 and 2021, in the category of education experience and feedback respectively. In addition, he is a Certified Management & Business Educator (CMBE) and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
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