Meet the lecturers: Zoe Bett

In the first of a new series, meet School of Economics lecturer Zoe Bett… 

Can you tell us a little bit about your background and main interests in economics?

I completed my undergraduate degree at Aberdeen University. After graduating I worked for a number years in marketing in Hamburg. I then got a bit home sick so I returned to the UK to do my MSc in Experimental Economics before continuing on to do my PhD in Experimental Economics.

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State funding for television is a very bad idea

by David Hugh-Jones

The government is calling for a national debate on BBC funding.

The mother of someone I know lives alone and has very few friends. She watches six hours of television every day.

I instinctively find that horrifying. Surely, spending half your time sitting passively in front of a screen is not a human way to live.

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