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Lisa’s research interests lie in the area of Health Economics and Economic Psychology: specifically in relation to risky health behaviours (gambling, smoking and drinking) and behavioural economics (understanding and modelling addiction and the effects of psychology/ personality on economic decisions). Lisa has published extensively in International A* and A ranked journals which include the American Economic Review. Her external engagement includes: being an Editorial Board Member for the Economic Record and the Journal of Gambling Business, Chief Examiner Economics and Markets, Foundation Studies for Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA) Australian, 2011 -2016 (and continuing support for this program) and Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) Social and Economic Behaviour (SBE) panel member August –Dec 2010. In her current role as Professor of Economics within the School of Economics, Finance and Marketing at RMIT University Lisa acts as the Deputy Head of School (Research and Innovation) and also is Director of Markets, Culture and Behaviour Priority Research Area of the College of Business.

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