Mr Matthew Walker
|PhD Student in the Business School|
Matt is a UKRI-funded Ph.D. candidate in Economics at Durham University Business School, 2017 - 2021. He researches in the field of experimental economics, with interests in auctions and procurement, trust and social norms. His work also intersects with behavioural operations management, in particular on supply chain contracting
Experimental economist, with research interests in auctions and procurement, trust and social norms.
- Auctions and Procurement,
- Public Economics
- Experimental Economics
- Shachat, J. Walker, M.J. & Wei, L. (2021). The Impact of an Epidemic: Experimental Evidence on Preference Stability from Wuhan. Annual Proceedings of the American Economic Association 111: 302-306.
- Shachat, J., Walker, M.J. & Wei, L. (2021). How the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic impacted pro-social behaviour and individual preferences: Experimental evidence from China. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organizations 190: 480-494.