Michelle Baddeley

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Michelle Baddeley is Professor in the Economics and Finance of the Built Environment, based at the UCL Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management. 

Michelle's early research focussed on the use of econometric tools to explore a range of applied economic issues including unemployment, housing market instability, structural change and regional convergence. Her current research focuses on exploring links between economics, psychology and sociology. In collaboration with neuroscientists, she has used experimental and neuroscientific techniques to analyse links between personality/emotions and herding/social influence. Other experimental analyses have shown social influences affecting housing markets and jury deliberations. Her current research explores behavioural biases in learning, energy demand and online decision-making. Her books include Behavioural Economics and Finance (2013), Running Regressions - A Practical Guide to Quantitative Research (2007) and Investment: Theories and Analysis (2003). She has published in a wide range of peer-reviewed journals and is a regular book reviewer for the Times Higher Education Supplement. She was the Principal Investigator on a Leverhulme Trust project "Neuroeconomic Analyses of Herding in Economics and Finance". She has also been an investigator on a number of other research projects, including projects funded by the ESRC/MRC, EPSRC and the Newton Trust, Cambridge.




Behavioural economics
Game theory