- Field of Research: Applied microeconomics
- Lisa’s main area of expertise is in the fields of behavioural and health economics and, in particular, the consumption of risky (addictive) products.
- Lisa is also an Editorial Board Member for the Journal of Gambling Business and Economics
- Applied Microeconomics (Honours)
- Discipline Leader for Economics
- Ph.D. Economics, Keele University.
- MA Economics, Manchester University.
- BA (Hons) in Economics, Staffordshire University.
- Farrell, L.,Fry, T.,Risse, L. (2016). The significance of financial self efficacy in explaining women's personal finance behaviour In: Journal of Economic Psychology, 54, 85 - 99
- Farrell, L.,Hollingsworth, B.,Propper, C.,Shields, M. (2014). The socioeconomic gradient in physical inactivity: Evidence from one million adults in England In: Social Science and Medicine, 123, 55 - 63
- Farrell, L.,Fry, T. (2013). Is illicit tobacco demand sensitive to relative price? In: Economic Society of Australia. Economic Papers, 32, 1 - 9
- Farrell, L. (2012). Chasing data: Sources of data for the study of gambling economics In: Australian Economic Review, 45, 488 - 496
- Brown, S.,Farrell, L.,Harris, M. (2011). Modelling the incidence of self-employment: Individual and employment type heterogeneity In: Contemporary Economic Policy, 29, 605 - 619
- Farrell, L.,Fry, T.,Harris, M. (2010). 'A pack a day for 20 years': Smoking and cigarette pack sizes In: Applied Economics, iFirst, 1 - 10
- Farrell, L.,Frijters, P. (2008). Choosing to become a 'lost cause': The perverse effects of benefit preconditions In: Oxford Economic Papers, 60, 1 - 19
- Farrell, L.,Forrest, D. (2008). Measuring displacement effects across gaming products: A study of Australian gambling markets. In: Applied Economics, 40, 53 - 62
- Farrell, L. (2008). When welfare economics and gambling studies collide In: Gaming in the New Market Environment, Palgrave-Macmillan, Australia
- Farrell, L.,Shields, M. (2007). Children as consumers: investigating child diary expenditure data In: Canadian Journal of Economics, 40, 445 - 467
- What women want: Unravelling the factors underlying women's financial decision-making behaviour. Funded by: ARC Discovery 2011 from (2011 to 2013)
- Drinking-Related Lifestyles: Development and implementation of lifestyle segmentation model for problem drinking interventions through improved media and message targeting. Funded by: VicHealth Innovation Grant Pre-2014 from (2010 to 2013)
Note: Supervision projects since 2004
3 PhD Current Supervisions
Risk & uncertainty, applied microeconomics, health economics