Andrew is a senior lecturer in the Discipline of Finance. His main areas of expertise are behavioural finance, individual investor decision making, and betting markets, focusing on preference and belief-based asset allocation and asset pricing decisions, including developing models of asset allocation and optimal investor behaviour in betting markets. Other broad dimensions of his research explore the interaction of individual investors with financial institutions, and how their behaviour may be predicted based on numerical scores or past performance, and what anchors drive individual investors to the marketplace. He has also been engaged with industry, with studies of alternative finance and marketplace lending in the Asia-Pacific.
Andrew is also an elected member of the Business School’s alumni executive committee, helping to organise events and engage with local and international alumni, connecting current students with former students. He has supervised a number of research students and received multiple awards for teaching. He has appeared as a guest commentator in print, radio, and on television, discussing issues such as gambling market and banking regulation, personal savings and asset allocation model evaluation.