Expertise: Economics of sport; Economics of crime
Biography:Professor of Economics, University of Surrey; Research Associate, Centre for Economic Performance
Current Areas of Research:
Economics of sport: Tournament incentives in professional sport; Dynamic contracts; Pay and race in Major League Soccer.
Economics of crime: The rise of online crime; Prices and metal-theft; Understanding use and impact of tasers.
- BA (Econ) Kingston Polytechnic
- MA Economics University of Essex
- PhD Economics University of Essex
Affiliations/Professional activities with other institutions:
- University of Surrey
- Professor of Economics
- 'Panic on the Streets of London: Crime, Police and the July 2005 Terror Attacks', American Economic Review, 101, 2157-81 (with M. Draca and S. Machin) (2011)
- ‘Disciplinary Sanction in English Premiership Football: Is There a Racial Dimension?’, Labour Economics, 18, 360-370 (with B. Reilly) (2011)
- ‘Favouritism and Financial Incentives: A Natural Experiment’, Economica, 75, 296-309 (with N. Rickman) (2008)