Martin Poulter, ICT Manager
Martin has been with the Network and its predecessors since 1997. He is the content editor of this web site and also does coding and design. His content contributions include the Handbook chapter on Open Educational Resources and re-writing the Guide to Blogging in Economics.
His PhD was done at the Philosophy Department of the University of Bristol and involves applying decision theory to the choice of opinion, and also defending the descriptive role of decision theory as a framework for explaining and predicting behaviour.
Martin works part-time for the Network. In his other career he is an open education/ open access/ open data advocate.
Some things Martin has created:
- Wikidata visualisations for economics
- Hyperbolic discounting and preference reversal and Hyperbolic versus exponential discounting
- Interactive Graphs for Statistics for Social Science
- Interactive tutorials on utility theory and the law of demand and the Prisoner's Dilemma
- The Internet Economist (with Libby Miller) (since re-titled "The Internet for Economics" and apparently no longer online)
The best way to contact me is via email: firstname.lastname@example.org .