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Rhys Wheeler

Research student

Office Hours:

Monday 10:00 - 12:00

Charles Carter B02b

Research overview

My research areas are applied microeconomics and behavioural economics, focusing on the economics of gambling. I also have an interest in health economics, in particular the economics of addiction. 

Current Research

My current projects involve modelling demand and evaluating the taxation of gambling products. I am also researching the welfare impact of problem gambling.

Current Teaching

I currently tutor five groups in Econ 101 - Principles of Economics A

Research Grants

Economic and Social Research Council CASE Award (tuition fees and stipend), 2014 - 2017


MEcon (Hons) Economics

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