Studying decision architecture to find key behavioural intervention measures for increased traction in green consumption



Adam is based in the Oxford University Smith School of Enterprise and Environment cluster studying experimental behavioural economics for the design of green consumer behavioural interventions in the retail sector. Adam’s doctoral research is supervised by Prof. Cameron Hepburn and Dr. Stefania Innocenti, and will look into retail sector-led interventions in favour of increased pro-environmental consumer behaviour. Following an undergraduate degree in Economics from the Toulouse School of Economics, Adam received a master's degree in Financial Economics from the Saïd Business School, Oxford. For the few years between master's degree and start of DPhil, he worked as a research assistant at the Oxford Martin School of Research under the supervision of Prof. Ian Goldin and at Trinity College Dublin under the supervision of Prof. Eleanor Denny and Dr. James Carroll.

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