Academic Staff

Dr Patrick J. Nolen BSc (Trinity College), MA, PhD (Cornell)

Position in departmentEmployability Director
Staff positionSenior Lecturer
E-mailpjnolen (non Essex users should add
Telephone2735 (non Essex users should add 01206-87 to the beginning of this number)
Office hours
  • EC902 Office Hours: 10 May 13.30-16.30; 11 May 13.30-16.30; 12 May 13.30-16.30
  • EC335 Office Hours: 17 May, 11.30-14.30; 18 May 11.30-13.30; 19 May 14.30-16.00
  • Students from EC116, Dissertation Supervisees, or other students may visit during those hours but priority will be given to EC335 and EC902 students during the listed hours for their module

Patrick Nolen joined the department after finishing his studies at Cornell University. His research interests focus on behavioural, experimental, and development economics.  Recent publications have looked at gender differences in risk and competition and the impact of single-sex classes on educational outcomes.

Research interests
  • Labour (gender and competition)
  • Development (micro-economic)
  • Behavioural and Experimental
Teaching responsibilities

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