Centre Fellows

Martin Browning

University of Oxford

Martin is a Senior Research Fellow at Nuffield College and a part-time Professor at the University of Copenhagen. His work is primarily concerned with applied microeconometrics. His main interests are in the economics of the family (with particular emphasis on intra-household allocation); demand analysis; consumption and saving and modelling heterogeneity for applied work.

Selected Publications

Best nonparametric bounds on demand responses

This paper uses revealed preference inequalities to provide tight nonparametric bounds on consumer responses to price […]

Richard Blundell, Martin Browning, Ian Crawford
1 November 2008 | Journal Article