A list of news and updates ranging from conference presentations to courses and professional accomplishments
As part of the INSPiRE project I have had to create and host a website (a work in progress by any definition) as well as create and host an online survey. The jekyll-pro-theme is the result of these two projects.
Chorus et al. (2019) put forward the hypothesis that sometimes when people make choices they wish to hide their true motivation from a potential onlooker. The obfuscatoR package allows users to easily create obfuscation experiments to test the obfuscation hypothesis, i.e. when properly incentivized - are people able to obfuscate?
I gave a poster presentation titled: 'The effect of device experience and time of day on stated preferences' at the LEEPin2019 Conference on 24th - 26th of June 2019 at the University of Exeter.
I was invited to give a seminar in the Health Economics Research Group (HERU) seminar series in Aberdeen on the 31st of May 2019. The title of the talk was: 'The search for something better - A consideration set model'.
Today I started my new position as a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellow with the University of Stirling. The position is for 2 years and is part of the INSPiRE Project.
I presented the working paper "Assessing the impact of 'professional' respondents using an integrated choice and latent variable model" at the World Congress for Environmental and Resource Economists in Gothenburg.
I taught the course Discrete Choice Analysis with R for researchers at Europäisches Institut für Energieforschnung (EIfER) EDF-KIT from the 8th - 12th of October 2018.