- 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.
- Awaworyi Churchill, S.,Farrell, L. (2018). The impact of gambling on depression: New evidence from England and Scotland In: Economic Modelling, 68, 475 - 483
- Farrell, L. (2018). Understanding the relationship between subjective wellbeing and gambling behavior In: Journal of Gambling Studies, 34, 55 - 71
- Farrell, L.,Fry, J.,Fry, T. (2018). Determinants of sales and price at auction for three Australian Indigenous artists: to pool or not to pool? In: Journal of Cultural Economics, 42, 507 - 520
- Awaworyi Churchill, S.,Appau, S.,Farrell, L. (2018). Religiosity, income and wellbeing in developing countries In: Empirical Economics, , 1 - 27
- Risse, L.,Farrell, L.,Fry, T. (2018). Personality and pay: do gender gaps in confidence explain gender gaps in wages? In: Oxford Economic Papers, 70, 919 - 949
- Awaworyi Churchill, S.,Farrell, L. (2017). Alcohol and depression: Evidence from the 2014 Health Survey for England In: Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 180, 86 - 92
- Awaworyi Churchill, S.,Farrell, L. (2017). Investigating the relationship between smoking and subjective welfare In: Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 71, 1 - 12
- Farrell, L.,Fry, T. (2017). Pre-sale information and hammer prices for Australian Indigenous art In: Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 64, 483 - 500
- 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
- Women in Economics Network: Australian Gender Economics Workshop 2019. Funded by: Victorian Women's Trust Grant 2018 from (2018 to 2019)
- Is there a deficit of consumer trust in the financial sector? If so, what concrete measures can be implemented to remedy this?. Funded by: Australian Centre for Financial Studies Academic Research Grant Program 2017 from (2017 to 2019)
- 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
5 PhD Current Supervisions
Risk & uncertainty, applied microeconomics, health economics