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Andreas Markoulakis

PhD candidate

School of Economics, Keynes College, Room D3.05

 

About


Andreas Markoulakis began studying for a PhD in Economics in September 2014.

Research interests

  • Behavioural Economics
  • Micro-Econometrics
  • Decision Theory
  • Experimental Economics
  • Environmental and Agricultural Economics

Thesis title

Three Essays on the Economics of Decision Making under Risk

Thesis supervisors

Professor Iain Fraser and Dr Alastair Bailey

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Research


Working papers

  • Markoulakis, A. (2018). "The impact of higher stakes on loss aversion: An experimental investigation"
  • Markoulakis, A. (2018). "The asymmetry between gains and losses: The effect of higher stakes and time delay"
  • Markoulakis, A. (2018). “An experimental investigation of the interrelationship between risk and time"

Work in progress

  • "Improving the estimates of attitudes towards risk", British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grants 2017-18, with Balcombe K., and Fraser, I.
  • "Assessment of risk behaviour and technology adoption for fish farmers in Ghana", with Crentsil, C.
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