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 Armenak Antinyan

Armenak Antinyan

Cardiff Business School

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Available for postgraduate supervision

Overview

I am a lecturer at Cardiff Business School. My research interests fall into the fields of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. I study human behavior in various contexts with the help of laboratory, survey, and field experiments. In an effort to keep my research policy relevant, I periodically collaborate with government institutions in different countries (e.g., Armenia, China) and international development organizations (e.g., KfW, UNDP, IOM).  

I obtained my PhD in Behavioral and Experimental Economics at the Graduate School of Economics and Management at the University of Venice, Italy. I received MA in Quantitative Economics (double degree) from the University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, France and the University of Venice, Italy.

Biography

Teaching

Industrial Economics (3rd year, BSc)

My research interests are in the fields of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. Below you can find specific topics I am interested in (disclaimer: the list is not exhaustive).

  • Nudging
  • Social preferences of individuals
  • Charitable giving
  • Whistleblowing
  • Decision making in the domain of losses
  • Tax paying behavior of individuals
  • Pro-environmental behavior of individuals

Peer-reviewed publications and Working Papers:  https://sites.google.com/site/armenakantinyan1