Craig is Senior Lecturer in Economics and Statistics in the Economics Department and is assistant course leader on the undergraduate economics suite of courses.
Craig’s teaching and research interests are in applied microeconomics. His current teaching includes modules on economic evaluation, environmental and resource economics and managerial economics. His recent research projects have focused on subjective wellbeing and time use, with a focus on work and leisure activities.
Prior to joining NTU, Craig worked as a professional economist in consultancy and public sector roles.
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