Kia Ora. Haere Mai.
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I am Professor of Experimental Economics at the University of Auckland and served as the Chair of the Department of Economics from 2013 till 2019. I am also the Founder and Director of DECIDE- the University of Auckland Business Making Lab. The Research Papers in Economics (RePEc) database ranks me among the top 5% of Economics authors world-wide. Information about recent and old publications as well as current research projects is available on the “Research” page. Among other prestigious appointments, in 2020, I served as Visiting Professor of Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School. I have two new books: Behavioural Economics and Experiments from Routledge and an edited volume Research Agenda for Experimental Economics from Edward Elgar. You can find more details about my books on the “Author” page. I am represented by High Spot Literary in my book writing endeavours. I contribute frequently to the popular media. These are available under “Popular Writing“. Information on other media activities including public lectures are available “Here”. I am one of the founding members of Covid Plan B, a famous/notorious (depending on your perspective) group of academics devoted to providing a rigorous evidence based contrary perspective to received wisdom on the pandemic. The group was one of the original signatories of the Great Barrington Declaration and has organized two fantastic symposia with world-renowned scholars. If interested, you can follow me on Linkedin or on Twitter. My newsletter Uncommon Sense contains my musings on various topical issues.

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Time to walk the talk, minister

Recently, in an article published in the Financial Times , New Zealand’s Finance Minister Grant Robertson defended one of the world’s toughest Covid-19 lockdowns following a record economic contraction,…
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