PhD Research in the area of Behaviour Change
We welcome applications to study contemporary social, economic and political questions using up-to-date and imaginative research methods, including the use of quantitative data resources (e.g. social surveys) and experimental methods.
Members of the CBG are from a range of disciplines including social science, economics, public health, psychology, environmental change, decision sciences and the law and we can offer joint PhD supervision where appropriate.PhD students are highly valued members of the University and we strive to provide a supportive and stimulating environment for study. For more information see http://www.ccsr.ac.uk/phd/
Potential applicants should have a good first degree (first or upper second).
In the first instance, expressions of interest should be addressed to Dr. Kingsley Purdam. Email: email@example.com