Nina joined the Department of Political Economy in October 2019. Her research focuses on prosocial preferences and economic inequalities. Specifically, she is interested in how procedural fairness concerns affect preferences and behaviours.
She is a recipient of the 1+3 Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) London Interdisciplinary Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership studentship award and holds a BSc in Political Economy (2014-2017) and an MA in Political Economy (2018-2019) from KCL. Nina has previously worked as a research assistant at the Centre for Experimental Social Sciences (CESS) Nuffield at the University of Oxford alongside her PhD and is now a teaching assistant at the department of Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
You can view Nina's website here: www.ninasophieweber.com
- Behavioural and experimental economics
- Economic inequality and social mobility
- Distributive justice
- Preferences for redistribution
- Applied econometrics
Essays on procedural fairness and distributive preferences.
Professor Shaun Hargreaves Heap and Dr Konstantinos Matakos
- Quantitative Political Economy
- Economics at King’s
- Public Policy and Regulation