Will completed his undergraduate degree in Mathematical Economics at the University of Birmingham, before moving on to Cambridge where he received his MPhil in Economics. It is here where he developed his interest in behavioural science, being able to discuss ideas with some of the leading thinkers in the academic world. He now works at a market intelligence and talent consultancy in London.
Charity, Parochialism, and the Inefficiencies of Altruism
Whilst research has focused on altruism and the science of giving, the issue of why we donate our money to the places that we do has been neglected.