Areas of expertise
Economic Impact studies
Decision Theory, Behavioural and Experimental Economics
Economic Impact studies capture the breadth of an organisation's impact on its community - both locally as well as to the UK GDP.
Sara has led a team of analysts that has conducted the economic impact analysis of the following organisations:
• Blenheim Palace
• Bicester Motion
2019 ‘The effects of information asymmetry in a modified threshold public goods game’,
Public Economic Theory Conference, Strasbourg, France.
2018 ‘Climate Change Catastrophes and Insuring Decisions’,
Foundations of Utility and Risk Conference, York.
2017 ‘Climate Change Catastrophes and Insuring Decisions’,
International Meeting on Experimental and Behavioral Social Sciences, Barcelona, Spain; European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, Athens, Greece; Economic Science Association, Vienna, Austria.
2016 ‘Strategic Ambiguity and Decision-making: An Experimental Study’,
GW4 Conference, Bristol, UK; Foundations of Utility and Risk Conference, Warwick.
2015 ‘Strategic Ambiguity and Decision-making: An Experimental Study’,
Public Economic Theory Conference, Luxembourg; Economic Science Association, Conference, Heidelberg, Germany.
2014 ‘Dragon Slaying with Ambiguity: Theory and Experiments’,
Public Economic Theory Conference, Seattle, USA; Foundations of Utility and Risk, Conference, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Royal Economic Society Conference, Manchester, UK.
2013 ‘An Experimental Study on the Effect of Ambiguity in a Coordination Game’,
Risk, Uncertainty and Decision Conference, Paris, France; Brookes-Burgundy Research Conference, Dijon, France.
2011 ‘Deviations from Equilibrium in an Experiment on Signaling Games: First Results’,
NUS Behavioural Economics Summer Institute, Singapore; IAREP/SABE/ICABEEPConference, Exeter, UK.
2010 ‘Deviations from Equilibrium in an Experiment on Signaling Games: First Results’,
Economic Science Association Conference, Copenhagen; Europäische Wissenschaftstage, Steyr, Austria.
Before joining Oxford Brookes, Sara was a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Exeter Business School.