Below are some potential routes to study and work in this area with our group in UCD.
a) Our MSc in Behavioural Economics is recruiting for the 2018/2019 round. This is one-year programme covering core economics modules and a wide range of modules and engagments in behavioural economics.
b) Those considering a PhD in the area should look at the PhD scholarships in the UCD School of Economics. I can speak to people who are interested in doing a PhD in the area of behavioural economics.
c) See this link for a wide range of funding calls forthcoming from the main Irish government research funder, the IRC. There are calls that suit PhD applicants, early career researchers, and external partners.