Martin Browning

Professor Martin Browning

Research Fellow

Education:

PhD, KUB, Tilburg University, 1993
MSc Economics, London School of Economics, 1978
BSc Economics, London School of Economics, 1976

ORCID: 0000-0002-6802-4557

Martin is Professor and Head of the Department of Economics at the University of Oxford. His work is primarily concerned with applied microeconometrics and his main interests are in the economics of the family (with particular emphasis on intra-household allocation); demand analysis; consumption and saving; the design of social support systems and modeling heterogeneity for applied work.

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Prices versus preferences: taste change and revealed preference

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The authors develop a systematic approach for incorporating taste variation into a revealed preference framework for heterogeneous consumers.

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