Matthew Lilley is a Ph.D. candidate at the Harvard Economics Department and Harvard Business School.
His research focuses on behavioral economics and political economy, and other topics in empirical microeconomics. His recent research includes work on the role of peer effects on how US Supreme Court justices vote, and gender differences in blood donation.
Prior to graduate study, he received a B. Economics (Honours) from the University of Sydney in 2012. He worked in the Research Department at the Reserve Bank of Australia, and then as a research assistant for Economics faculty at the University of Sydney and University of New South Wales.