P dot Moffatt at uea dot ac dot uk
Tel: +44 (0)1603 59 3477
Peter has also researched in many other fields, including the modeling of household debt, the modeling of the UK sex industry, and the theory of the consumer.
Funded projects completed since 1 January 2001
The Role of Experimental Methods in Economics, Leverhulme Trust, 2002-5 (with Nick Bardsley, Robin Cubitt, Graham Loomes, Chris Starmer, and Bob Sugden).
Publications since 1 January 2001 (in reverse order)
“Calculating Percentage Body Fat by Formula: A Pilot Study of an Alternative to the use of Body Mass Index”, (with Goacher and Lambert), Medical Hypotheses, 2012, DOI 10.1016.
“A Socially Efficient Water Tariff under the English Optional Metering Scheme”, (with Ueda), Environmental and Resource Economics, 2012, DOI 10.1007/s10640-012-9603-1.
“The Econometric Modelling of Social Preferences”, (with Conte) Theory and Decision, 2012, DOI 10.1007/s11238-012-9309-4
“Mortgage choice as a natural field experiment on choice under risk”, (with Bacon), Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 44, 2012, 1401-1426.
“A test of the rational expectations hypothesis using data from a natural experiment”, (with Conte, Botti, DiCagno, D’Ippoliti), Applied Economics, 2012. 44, 4661-4678.
“Mixture models of choice under risk”, (with Conte and Hey), Journal of Econometrics, 2011, 162, 79-88.“Risk, Uncertainty and Discrete Choice Models”, (with Moshe Ben Akiva, David Brownstone, Charles Holt, Thierry Magnac, Daniel McFadden, Nathalie Picard, Kenneth Train, Peter Wakker and Joan Walker), Marketing Letters, 19, 2008, 269-295.
“Hukou and Graduates’ Job Search in China”, (with Wen Wang), Asian Economic Journal, 22, 2008, 1-23.
"The Experimetrics of public goods: inferring motivations from contributions", (with Bardsley), Theory and Decision, 62, 2007, 161-193.
"The within-household schooling decision: a study of children in rural Andhra Pradesh", (with Ota), Journal of Population Economics, 20, 2007, 223-239.
“Inaccurate approximation in the modelling of hyper-inflations”, (with Salies), Quality and Quantity, 40, 2006, 1055-1060.
“Stochastic Choice and the Allocation of cognitive effort”, Experimental Economics, 8, 2005, 369-388.
“Hurdle Models of Loan Default”, Journal of the Operational Research Society, 56, 2005, 1063-1071.
"Pricing personal services: an empirical study of earnings in the UK prostitution industry", (with Peters), Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 51, 2004, 675-690.
“A National Evaluation of School Breakfast Clubs: where does economics fit in?”, (with Shemilt, Mugford, Harvey, Reading, Shepstone and Belderson), Child: Care, Health and Development, 30, 2004, 429-437.
“Is Giffen behaviour compatible with the axioms of consumer theory?”, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 37, 2002, 259-267.
“A microeconometric test of alternative stochastic theories of risky choice”, (with Loomes and Sugden), Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 24, 2002, 103-130.
“Analysing ordered responses: a review of the ordered probit model”, (with Daykin), Understanding Statistics, 1, 2002, 157-166.
“Testing for the presence of a tremble in economic experiments”, (with Peters), Experimental Economics, 4, 2001, 221-228.
“Graphical conditional moment tests”, The Econometrics Journal, 4, 2001, 56-69.
“Industrial concentration and market integration in the European Union”, (with Lyons and Matraves), Economica, 68, 2001, 1-26.
“Outcomes of permanent family placement for children of minority ethnic origin”, (with Thoburn), Child and Family Social Work, 6, 2001, 13-21.
Book Chapters, Reports and Contributions to Collections/Proceedings
“A class of indirect utility functions predicting Giffen behaviour”. In: New insights into the theory of Giffen Goods: Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, 655, edited by Heijman and von Mouche, Springer, 2011, ISSN 0075-8442.
“Optimal experimental designs in models of decision and choice”, Chapter 15 in Measurement in Economics: A Handbook, ed. M. Boumans, Elsevier, 2007, ISBN: 0-12-370489-8.
“Economics of Prostitution”, Chapter 7 in Economics Uncut: A Complete Guide to Life, Death and Misadventure, ed. S. Bowmaker, Edward Elgar, 2005.
Experimental Economics: Rethinking the Rules, with Nick Bardsley, Robin Cubitt, Graham Loomes, Chris Starmer and Robert Sugden, Princeton University Press, 2009
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