Nina joined the Department of Political Economy in October 2019. Her research focusses on how perceived fairness, particularly procedural fairness, of unequal outcomes affects preferences for redistribution, cooperation and risk-taking.
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 also currently works as a research assistant at the Centre for Experimental Social Sciences (CESS) Nuffield at the University of Oxford alongside her PhD.
- Behavioural and experimental economics
- Economic inequality and social mobility
- Distributive justice
- Preferences for redistribution
- Applied econometrics
Economic inequality and procedural fairness: effects on individual-level decision-making
Professor Shaun Hargreaves Heap and Dr Konstantinos Matakos
- Quantitative Political Economy
- Economics at King’s
- Public Policy and Regulation