Andrew J Oswald
Andrew Oswald is Professor of Economics at Warwick University. He previously held permanent and visiting posts at Oxford, the London School of Economics, Princeton, Dartmouth and Harvard. His doctorate, in 1980 from Oxford, was on the theory of trade union behaviour. He has also worked on wages, unemployment, entrepreneurship, job satisfaction, happiness, and mental health. Andrew's current research lies at the borders between economics, psychology, epidemiology and medicine. He has received a number of awards for contributions to economics and social science, including Princeton University's Lester Prize for the book The Wage Curve published by MIT Press, and an ESRC Professorship in the U.K.
Articles by Andrew J Oswald:
Money makes people right-wing and inegalitarian
13 February 2014, 34649 reads
High home ownership as a driver of high unemployment
18 June 2013, 21115 reads
The midlife crisis in humans and other apes
5 December 2012, 13372 reads
Do elite economics departments produce the best papers?
24 January 2009, 13271 reads
A New Approach to Awarding Compensation in Courts
30 October 2007, 9724 reads