Department of Psychology

Professor Alan Lewis

Alan Lewis

Professor

10West 4.27
Email: a.lewis@bath.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 1225 38 3070

Profile

Alan is Professor of Economic Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Bath.

Research interests

  • Economic Psychology: Socialization; Socially Responsible Investing; Tax Evasion
  • Environmental Psychology: Personal Carbon Trading; Littering

Publications

Book/s

Lewis, A., Turton, P. and Sweetman, T., 2009. Litterbugs: How to Deal with the Problem of Littering. Policy Exchange.

Lewis, A., ed., 2008. The Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Economic Behaviour. Cambridge University Press.

Lewis, A., 2002. Morals, Markets and Money: Ethical, green and socially responsible investing. Prentice Hall/Financial Times.

Scott, A. J., Lewis, A. and Lea, S. E. G., eds., 2001. Student Debt: The causes and consequences of undergraduate borrowing in the U.K. Policy Press.

Lewis, A., Webley, P. and Furnham, A., 1995. The New Economic Mind. Pearson.

Lewis, A. and Warneryd, K. E., eds., 1994. Ethics and Economics Affairs. Routledge.

James, S., Lewis, A. and Allison, F., 1987. The Comprehensibility of Taxation:A Study of Taxation and Communications. Avebury.

Antaki, C. and Lewis, A., eds., 1986. Mental Mirrors: Metacognition in Social Knowledge. Sage.

Furnham, A. and Lewis, A., 1986. The Economic Mind: The Social Psychology of Economic Behaviour. Wheatsheaf.

Lewis, A., 1982. The Psychology of Taxation. Blackwell.

Book Sections

Cullis, J., Jones, P. and Lewis, A., 2010. Tax compliance:social norms, culture and endogeneity. In: Alm, J., Martinez-Vazquez, J. and Torgler, B., eds. Developing Alternative Frameworks for Explaining Tax Compliance. New York, U. S. A.: Routledge, pp. 35-55. (Routledge International Studies in Money and Banking)

Nash, N. and Lewis, A., 2006. Institutional obstacles to pro-environmental action: The effect of the Dominant Social Paradigm. In: Dobson, A. and Bell, D., eds. Environmental Citizenship. M.I.T Press.

Cullis, J., Jones, P. and Lewis, A., 2006. The Artful and the Artless Dodger: Alternative Perspectives on Ability to Evade Tax. In: Slemrod, J. and McCaffery, E., eds. Behavioral Finance: Towards a New Agenda. University of Michigan: Russell Sage Foundation.

Lebens, W. and Lewis, A., 2001. Are students serious bankers? The nature of the student/ bank relationship in the U.K. and France. In: Scott, A. J., Lewis, A. and Lea, S. E. G., eds. Student Debt. Bristol: Policy Press.

Scott, A. J. and Lewis, A., 2001. Student loans: The development of a new dependency culture? In: Scott, A. J., Lewis, A. and Lea, S. E. G., eds. Student Debt.Vol. 33. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 209-228.

Lewis, A. and MacKenzie, C., 2000. Green and ethical investing: Can it make a difference? In: Warhurst, A., ed. Towards a Collaborative Environmental Research Agenda: Challenges for Business and Society. Basingstoke: Macmillian, pp. 75-88.

Articles

Cullis, J., Jones, P., Lewis, A., Castiglioni, C. and Lozza, E., 2015. Do poachers make harsh gamekeepers? Attitudes to tax evasion and to benefit fraud. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 58, 145.

Lewis, A., Bardis, A., Flint, C., Mason, C., Smith, N., Tickle, C. and Zinser, J., 2012. Drawing the line somewhere: An experimental study of moral compromise. Journal of Economic Psychology, 33 (4), pp. 718-725.

McHugh, S., Ranyard, R. and Lewis, A., 2011. Understanding and knowledge of credit cost and duration: Effects on credit judgements and decisions. Journal of Economic Psychology, 32 (4), pp. 609-620.

Lewis, A. and Juravle, C., 2010. Morals, markets and sustainable investments: a qualitative study of ‘champions’. Journal of Business Ethics, 93 (3), pp. 483-494.

Lewis, A., 2010. The credit crunch: Ideological, psychological and epistemological perspectives. Journal of Socio-Economics, 39 (2), pp. 127-131.

Capstick, S. and Lewis, A., 2010. Effects of Personal Carbon Allowances on decision making: Evidence from an experimental simulation. Climate Policy, 10 (4), pp. 369-384.

Lewis, A., Carrera, S., Cullis, J. and Jones, P., 2009. Individual, cognitive and cultural differences in tax compliance: UK and Italy compared. Journal of Economic Psychology, 30 (3), pp. 431-445.

Juravle, C. and Lewis, A., 2009. The role of championship in the mainstreaming of sustainable investment (SI): what can we learn from SI pioneers in the United Kingdom? Organization and Environment, 22 (1), pp. 75-98.

Garling, T., Kirchler, E., Lewis, A. and van Raaij, F., 2009. Psychology, financial decision making and financial crises. Psychological Science In The Public Interest, 10 (1), pp. 1-47.

Nash, N., Lewis, A. and Griffin, C., 2009. 'Not in our front garden': Land use conflict, spatial meaning and the politics of naming place. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 20 (1), pp. 44-56.

Juravle, C. and Lewis, A., 2008. Identifying impediments to SRI in Europe:A review of the practitioner and academic literature. Business Ethics: A European Review, 17 (3), pp. 285-310.

Cullis, J., Jones, P. and Lewis, A., 2006. Tax framing, instrumentality and individual differences: Are there two different cultures? Journal of Economic Psychology, 27 (2), pp. 304-320.

Lewis, A. and Scott, A., 2002. A study of economic socialization: Financial practices in the home and the preferred role of schools among parents with children under 16. Citizenship, Social and Economics Education, 5 (3), pp. 138-147.

Lewis, A., 2001. A focus group study of the motivation to invest: 'ethical/green' and 'ordinary' investors compared . Journal of Socio-Economics, 30 (4), pp. 331-341.

Kilbourne, W. E., Beckmann, S. C., Lewis, A. and Van Dam, Y., 2001. A multinational examination of the role of the dominant social paradigm in environmental attitudes of university students. Environment and Behavior, 33 (2), pp. 209-228.

Webley, P., Lewis, A. and Mackenzie, C., 2001. Commitment among ethical investors: An experimental approach. Journal of Economic Psychology, 22 (1), pp. 27-42.

Lewis, A., 2001. Good money,bad money: The case of socially responsible investment in the UK. World Futures, 56 (4), pp. 399-408.

Winnett, A. and Lewis, A., 2000. "You'd have to be green to invest in this": Popular economic, financial journalism, and ethical investment. Journal of Economic Psychology, 21 (3), pp. 319-339.

Lewis, A. and Mackenzie, C., 2000. Morals, money, ethical investing and economic psychology. Human Relations, 53 (2), pp. 179-191.

Lewis, A. and Mackenzie, C., 2000. Support for investor activism among U.K. ethical investors. Journal of Business Ethics, 24 (3), pp. 215-222.

Scott, A. and Lewis, A., 2000. The economic awareness, knowledge and pocket money practices of a sample of UK adolescents: a study of economic socialisation and economic psychology. Citizenship, Social and Economics Education, 4 (1), pp. 34-46.

MacKenzie, C. and Lewis, A., 1999. Morals and markets. Business Ethics Quarterly, 9 (3), pp. 439-452.

Cullis, J. G. and Lewis, A., 1997. Why people pay taxes: From a conventional economic model to a model of social convention. Journal of Economic Psychology, 18 (2-3), pp. 305-321.

Winnett, A. and Lewis, A., 1995. Household accounts, mental accounts, and savings behaviour: Same old economics rediscovered? Journal of Economic Psychology, 16 (3), pp. 431-448.

Burgoyne, C. B. and Lewis, A., 1994. Distributive justice in marriage: Equality or equity? Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 4 (2), pp. 101-114.

Webley, P., Levine, M. and Lewis, A., 1991. A study in economic psychology: Children's saving in a play economy. Human Relations, 44 (2), pp. 127-146.

Lewis, A. and Cullis, J., 1990. Ethical investments: Preferences and morality. Journal of Behavioral Economics, 19 Win (4), pp. 395-411.

Lewis, A., Snell, M. and Furnham, A., 1987. Lay explanations for the causes of unemployment in Britain: Economic, individualistic, societal, or fatalistic? Political Psychology, 8 (3), pp. 427-439.

Lewis, A. and Snell, M., 1986. Increasing kidney transplantation in Britain:the importance of donor cards, public opinion and medical practice. Social Science and Medicine, 22 (10), pp. 1075-1080.

Lewis, A. and Furnham, A., 1986. Reducing unemployment: Lay beliefs about how to reduce current unemployment. Journal of Economic Psychology, 7 (1), pp. 75-85.

Cullis, J. and Lewis, A., 1985. Some hypotheses and evidence on tax knowledge and preferences. Journal of Economic Psychology, 6 (3), pp. 271-287.

Lewis, A., 1983. Public expenditure: Perceptions and preferences. Journal of Economic Psychology, 3 (2), pp. 159-167.

Lewis, A., 1982. The social psychology of taxation. British Journal of Social Psychology, 21 (2), pp. 151-158.

Lewis, A., 1981. Attributions and politics. Personality and Individual Differences, 2 (1), pp. 1-4.

Reports/Papers

Cullis, J., Jones, P. and Lewis, A., 2007. Tax Compliance: Social Norms, Culture and Endogeneity. Working Paper. International Studies Program, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University.

Lewis, A., 2001. Money in the Contemporary Family. Nestle.

Conference or Workshop Items

Lewis, A. and Capstick, S., 2009. A pilot study of a personal carbon allowance simulation. In: Internation Association of Researchers in Economic Psychology (IAREP) and Society for Behavioural Economics (SABE) Conference, 2009-01-01.

Lewis, A., 2009. The Credit Crunch: a psychological perspective. In: Internation Association of Researchers in Economic Psychology (IAREP) and Society for Behavioural Economics (SABE) Conference, 2009-01-01.

Lewis, A., 2008. The experimental method and rational economic man: a perspective from economic psychology. In: NCRM Research Methods Festival, 2008-06-30 - 2008-07-03.

Lewis, A., 2008. Cultural and individual differences in tax compliance: the UK and Italy compared. In: Internation Association of Researchers in Economic Psychology (IAREP) Conference, 2008-01-01.

Lewis, A. and Capstick, S., 2008. Personal carbon trading: a view from psychology and behavioural economics. In: Institute of Public Policy Research, 2008-01-01.

Lewis, A. and Juravle, C., 2007. Sustainable investment. In: Internation Association of Researchers in Economic Psychology (IAREP) Conference, 2008-01-01.

Lewis, A., Cullis, J., Jones, P. and Savoia, A., 2006. Taxing cultures. In: Internation Association of Researchers in Economic Psychology (IAREP) Conference, 2008-01-01.

Cullis, J., Jones, P. and Lewis, A., 2006. The artful and the artless dodger: Responses to the challenge of Instrumental Tax Evasion. In: International Conference on Behavioural Public Finance, 2004-01-01.

Lewis, A., 2005. Lay understanding of inflation and discounting: a questionnaire study. In: Internation Association of Researchers in Economic Psychology (IAREP) Conference, 2008-01-01.

Lewis, A., 2004. Environmental instruments for the environment: a psychological perspective. In: NEEDnet seminar: The Psychology of Environmental Economic Instruments, 2004-10-19.

Lewis, A., 2003. Morals, markets and money. In: LSE, 2003-01-01.

Lewis, A., Burgoyne, C. and Edmunds, A., 2003. The differing financial management styles of married, nearly married and co-habiting heterosexual couples in Great Britain. In: Internation Association of Researchers in Economic Psychology (IAREP) Conference, 2008-01-01.

Lewis, A. and Scott, A., 2002. Does size really matter: the burden of student debt. In: Internation Association of Researchers in Economic Psychology (IAREP) Conference, 2008-01-01.

Lewis, A. and Scott, A., 2000. Student debt. In: Internation Association of Researchers in Economic Psychology (IAREP) Conference, 2008-01-01.

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