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 Daniel Derbyshire

Daniel Derbyshire

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

 Knowledge Spa 


University of Exeter Medical School, Knowledge Spa, Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro, TR1 3HD


Daniel joined the University of Exeter in 2019 to work on The Inclusivity Project funded by the European Regional Development Fund. He specialises in behavioural and experimental economics. His reach interests include health and wellbeing at work and food labelling.


  • PhD Economics (University of Birmingham, 2018)
  • MSc Economics (University of Birmingham, 2012)
  • BA Economics (University of Manchester, 2011)


Research interests

Current research for The Inclusivity Project focuses on the barriers to employment for people with disabilities and older people. This involved a mix of surveys and experimental techniques. My previous research has used similar techniques to investigate food fraud and food labelling standards.


Journal articles

Derbyshire D, Spencer AE, Grosskopf B, Blackmore T (In Press). The Importance of Disability Representation to Address Implicit Bias in the Workplace. Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences Abstract.
Derbyshire DW, Barnett-Naghshineh O, Roberts BR, Ghemmour R, Reza MM, Rogers M, Fleming LE (2023). Keywords are missing: Insights from the publication keywords, abstracts and titles of an environment and human health research group. Equity in Education & Society, 275264612311633-275264612311633. Abstract.
Cerroni S, Derbyshire DW, Hutchinson WG, Nayga RM (2022). A Choice Matching Approach for Discrete Choice Analysis: an Experimental Investigation in the Laboratory. Land Economics, 99(1), 80-102.
McCallum CS, Cerroni S, Derbyshire D, Hutchinson WG, Nayga Jr. RM (2021). Consumers’ responses to food fraud risks: an economic experiment. European Review of Agricultural Economics, 49(4), 942-969. Abstract.

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