Matthew works part-time at OPHI as a Research Assistant. He has worked on a range of projects since 2014, including: refugee multidimensional poverty indices, mismatches between poverty indexes and changes in poverty over time.
Matthew is also a Research Fellow at the University of York, working within the Equity in Health Policy (EQUIPOL) research group to develop methods to evaluate the causal impacts of interventions on health inequalities. His interests span experimental and behavioural economics, where he focuses on prosocial behaviour and inequality aversion.
PhD Economics, University of York, 2014–2018
MSc Health Economics, University of York, 2013–2014
BA (Hons) History and Economics, Bangor University, 2010–2013
Inequality; Experimental Economics; Prosocial Behaviour; Revealed Preferences; Experimetrics; Health Economics; Multidimensional Poverty; Distributive Justice.
For an up to date list, please see Matthew’s website: https://mrobson92.com/.