Dr Jonathan James
Lecturer in Economics
3 East 2.12
Tel: +44 (0) 1225 38 5557
Jonathan James joined the Department of Economics in September 2012 as a Lecturer (Assistant Professor). Jonathan completed his PhD at the University of Essex in 2011. Prior to joining the University of Bath, he held a post-doctoral position as a Max Weber fellow at the European University Institute in Italy.
Jonathan's research interests are in the field of applied microeconomics, with a focus on applied policy orientated research.
- Health Economics
- Field Experiments
- Economics of Education
- Labour Economics
- ES50073: Research Methods in Economics and Finance (See Moodle course - University of Bath users only)
Belot, M., James, J. and Nolen, P., 2016. Incentives and Children's Dietary Choice: A Field Experiment in Primary Schools. Journal of Health Economics
Belot, M. and James, J., 2016. Partner selection into policy relevant field experiments. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 123, pp. 31-56.
Belot, M. and James, J., 2014. A new perspective on the issue of selection bias into randomized controlled field experiments. Economics Letters, 124 (3), pp. 326-328.
James, J. and Francesconi, M., 2015. IPR Policy Brief - The cost of binge drinking in the UK. University of Bath.
Belot, M., James, J. and Nolen, P., 2014. Incentives and Children's Dietary Choices:A Field Experiment in Primary Schools. Working Paper. (Bath Economics Research Working Papers)
James, J., Belot, M. and Nolen, P., 2014. IPR Policy Brief - Incentives and children's dietary choices: a field experiment in primary schools. University of Bath.
Belot, M. and James, J., 2014. A New Perspective on the Issue of Selection Bias into Randomized Controlled Field Experiments. Working Paper. Department of Economics, University of Bath. (Bath Economics Research Working Papers; 23/14)
James, J. and Francesconi, M., 2015. The cost of binge drinking? £77 per person each year. The Conversation