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From professor to research assistant, members of the Behavioural Business Lab have expertise in psychology, economics, and marketing.
Dr. Janneke Blijlevens is a Senior Lecturer in Experimental Methods and does research in consumer behaviour and design.
Dr. Hoffmann uses a range of research methods from economics and other social sciences to examine individual decision making in social and strategic situations.
Using mainly experimental methods, Dr. Laban’s research focuses on cultural differences in decision making, especially in situations involving uncertainty or risk.
Since Monica was awarded her PhD by Monash University in 2005, she has published in a number of quality international journals and attracted a number of research grants.
Ananta Neelim is a Lecturer in Economics who is interested in research in behavioural and experimental economics.
Dr Skali's research is focused on the study of cultures, norms and institutions, with particular reference to their economic consequences and roots in human behaviour.
Bronwyn Coate is a senior lecturer in the School of Economics, Finance and Marketing at RMIT. She is a cultural economist whose research interests include art markets, creative industries and creative placemaking.
Daniel W Richards is a Lecturer in Wealth Management at the School of Accounting. He teaches Wealth Advisory and Financial Planning.
Dr Cam is a Finance academic specialised in asset pricing and managed funds. She participates in cross-disciplinary projects in the area of behavioural economics and crypto economics.
Dr Aleti is a lecturer in marketing. His research relates to how consumers learn new behaviours.
Florian Kock is a PhD student at the School of Economics, Finance and Marketing and the Department of Marketing at the Copenhagen Business School in Denmark.
Dr Arenius is Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at School of Management. She is an expert on new venture creation and nascent entrepreneurs.
Simon Feeny is professor in RMIT's School of Economics, Finance and Marketing and group leader of the International Development and Trade Research Group.
Dr. Darren Dahl is the Fred H. Siller Professor in Applied Marketing Research at the University of British Columbia.
Grzegorz Mardyla is an Associate Professor of Economics at Kindai University in Osaka, Japan. He earned his PhD in Economics from Yokohama National University.
Dr Katharina Werner is an Assistant Professor at the University of Passau, Germany.
Aaron Nicholas is a behavioural/experimental economist who has also worked in the areas of poverty measurement and the economics of education.
Ashleigh's research interests center around using experimental methods to shed light on what motivates consumers to share online word-of-mouth.
Ryan’s research interest is in the use of the experimental method to understand human behaviour, particularly in developing countries.
Rizal’s research interest is in behavioral development economics, with a focus on how personality traits and choice architecture influence technology adoption.
Giang’s research interest is exploring farmers’ choice around sustainable agricultural practices (SAPs), especially in developing countries.
Salam’s research interest is in applying experimental methods to investigate cultural differences in consumers’ risk perception towards online shopping and how these risks can be mitigated.
Johanna’s research interests centre around combining experimental methods from psychology and consumer behaviour for investigating mechanisms behind intercultural communication and behaviour.
Rochelle is a Behavioural Economics PhD student who researches promises and trust.
Em's research interest is in the intersection between business and design. Her current project seeks to link the paradox mindset to design capability.
Mirra Robin Seigerman is a research assistant who works with the lab, he is currently undertaking a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology.