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Edwin completed his PhD in Economics at the University of Melbourne and his undergraduate studies at McGill University, Canada.
Edwin is a Behavioural Economist who uses Economic Experiments (Lab and Field), Microeconomic Theory and Microeconometrics to study a variety of problems in Decision Making, Labour Economics, Development Economics, Industrial Organisation and Retirement Savings.
As a sophisticated thinker, his strengths lie in his ability to derive research questions and create new insights and solutions to problems using both analytical and creative approaches. His research covers a wide range of topics, from pricing strategies for online media streaming to the impact of affirmative action policies on organisational performance.
Edwin has been invited to present his work at conferences, universities and research institutes around the world.
Research area keywords
- Behavioural Economics
- Experimental Economics
- Decision Making
- Gender Research
- Development Economics