Applied Economics, Econometrics, Study of individual and group behaviour, Choice under risk and uncertainty, Behaviour in contests, Political choices, Social preferences, Educational choices
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Lionel Page received his Ph.D. in economics in 2007 from Paris Pantheon Sorbonne. His work focuses on individual decisions with a particular interest towards new models of behaviour incorporating insights from psychology. He is currently the Head of the Queensland Behavioural Economics group and Professor of Economics at the Queensland University of Technology.
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In 2016, Lionel Page received the Young Economist Prize from the Economic Society of Australia for an economist under 40 having made have made a significant contribution to economic thought and knowledge. Previously, Lionel had received an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award and a Queensland Smart Future Fellowship.