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oceallaigh[at]ese.eur.nl

linkedin.com/diarmaidoceallaigh

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Behavioural​​ economics

  • Health economics​

My job market paper, "Skipping your workout again? Measuring and understanding time inconsistency in physical activity", measures the prevalence of time inconsistency in physical activity in a general population cohort and estimates its correlation with potential determinants suggested by theory. This is done using a longitudinal online survey.

SUPERVISORS

  • Professor Kirsten Rohde

    • Deputy Head of Department of Applied Economics, Erasmus University​​ Rotterdam

  • Professor Hans van Kippersluis

    • Department of Applied Economics, Erasmus University​ Rotterdam

JOB MARKET

  • On the European job market December 2021

  • Expected PhD completion August 2022

PLACEMENT DIRECTOR

Prof. Dr. Eric Bartelsman (e.j.bartelsman@tinbergen.nl), Tinbergen Institute