Dr John Buckell
John is a senior researcher with a joint appointment at HERC in the Nuffield Department of Population Health and the BRC in the Nuffield Department of Primary Health Care Sciences. His current work is behavioural research in subject areas including obesity, tobacco, and genomics. He uses experimental and econometric approaches to answer research questions.
John joined from the Yale School of Public Health where he worked on tobacco behaviours. He received his master’s/doctoral training from the University of Leeds and his undergraduate degree from Aston University.
Toward the diagnosis of rare childhood genetic diseases: what do parents value most?
Pollard S. et al, (2021), European Journal of Human Genetics
Who, me? Optimism bias about US teenagers' ability to quit vaping.
Strombotne K. et al, (2021), Addiction (Abingdon, England)
Information and sin goods: Experimental evidence on cigarettes
Maclean JC. and Buckell J., (2020), Health Economics
Kicking the habit is hard: A hybrid choice model investigation into the role of addiction in smoking behavior
Buckell J. et al, (2020), Health Economics
Can incentive-compatibility reduce hypothetical bias in smokers’ experimental choice behavior? A randomized discrete choice experiment
Buckell J. et al, (2020), Journal of Choice Modelling, 100255 - 100255