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Dr Edwin Ip

Dr Edwin Ip

Lecturer in Economics

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01392 724502


Prior to joining the University of Exeter Business School, Dr Edwin Ip worked at BehaviourWorks Australia, Monash Sustainable Development Institute, Monash University, where he conducted a series of highly impactful behavioural economics research for industry and government.

He completed his PhD in Economics at the University of Melbourne and his undergraduate studies at McGill University. He is a behavioural economist whose research interest lies in applied behavioural insights and the economics of decision making, fairness and diversity and inclusion. He employs a wide range of methodologies in his research, including experimental economics, applied microeconometrics, microeconomic theory and surveys.

Dr Ip has given expert commentary on panels, national radio, television and newspapers. He has provided advice for government and private organisations around the world. He is currently serving as a board member of the Society for Advancement of Behavioral Economics.

Nationality: British

Qualifications

PhD, MEcon, BA, LGSMD

Research interests

  • Behavioural Economics
  • Labour Economics
  • Applied Behavioural Insights

Behavioural Economics
I study individual decision making as well as the economics of fairness. In addition, I specialise in the application of Behavioural Economics in industry and government.

Labour Economics
I specialise in the perception and behavioural economics of gender and discrimination among other topics surrounding Diversity and Inclusion.

Applied Behavioural Insights
I am an expert in systematically applying behavioural insights to real world problems. I have worked on a range of topics with government and industry, including, retirement and pension, minimum wage, financial wellbeing and internal compliance.

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Ip E, Leibbrandt A, Vecci J (2020). How Do Gender Quotas Affect Workplace Relationships? Complementary Evidence from a Representative Survey and Labor Market Experiments. Management Science, 66(2), 805-822. DOI.

Publications by year


2020

Ip E, Leibbrandt A, Vecci J (2020). How Do Gender Quotas Affect Workplace Relationships? Complementary Evidence from a Representative Survey and Labor Market Experiments. Management Science, 66(2), 805-822. DOI.

External positions

  • Board Member, Society for Advancement of Behavioral Economics