Dr Daniela Raeva-Beri

Senior Lecturer

Faculty:Faculty of Business and Law

School:Economics, Finance and Law

Location: Chelmsford, Cambridge

Areas of Expertise: Economics , Business Management , Psychology

Daniela is a behavioural economist interested in understanding how people make decisions.


Daniela's teaching experience includes lecturing economics at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and supervising dissertations at both levels. Her research interests are at the intersection of economics and psychology, with a focus on understanding economic decision making, mainly through behavioural studies. She has founded the Behavioural Economics Lab, as part of the Centre for Pluralist Economics, at the Faculty of Business and Law. Prior to re-joining ARU, Daniela has been a lecturer at the University of Birmingham and a researcher at the Universities of Leiden and Trento.

Research interests

  • Behavioural Economics
  • Economic Psychology


  • Behavioural Economics
  • Applied Economics
  • Principles of Economics