Ian received a PhD from Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic and was a post-doctoral researcher at Wageningen University, Netherlands.
His work explores behavioural aspects of economic development, mostly using economic experiments. He's worked in several developing countries, including Uganda, Tanzania and Afghanistan.
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Monday: 14.00 - 15.00
Wednesday: 10.00 - 11.00
Bush House NE 9.13 or MS Teams
Book a slot in advance: https://ianlevely.youcanbook.me/
- Experimental and behavioural economics
- Development economics
- Quantitative Methods in Political Economy (7SSPP107)
- Experimental Economics (6SSPP385)
Ian is happy to supervise students or participate in projects using applied microeconomics, especially behavioural experiments in the lab and field. Some topics of interest include:
- The link between economic behaviour and poverty.
- The role of institutions in economic decision making.
- Social preferences.
- Group identity.
- Intra-household bargaining
- Sanctioning and Trustworthiness across Ethnic Groups: Experimental Evidence from Afghanistan" with V. Bartoš . 2021. Journal of Public Economics, 194, (104347).
- "Psychological Effects of Poverty on Time Preferences" with M. Bauer, V. Bartoš, and J. Chytilová. 2021. The Economic Journal, 131(638): pp. 2357–2382.
- "How Stress Affects Performance and Competitiveness across Gender" with J. Cahlikova and L. Cingl. (Forthcoming in Management Science).
- Trusting Former Rebels: An Experimental Approach to Understanding Reintegration after Civil War with M. Bauer and N. Fiala. 2018. The Economic Journal, 128(63):1786-1819.