SOAS University of London

School of Finance and Management

Dr Ben Hardy

BVM&S (Edinburgh), MBA, MPhil, PhD (Cambridge), MRCVS
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Ben Hardy
School of Finance and Management

Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and Management

Dr Ben Hardy
Email address:
020 7898 4460
SOAS University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Russell Square: College Buildings
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Academic Support Hours:
Monday 11 - 1




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Weng, Shihong and Schwarz, Gary and Schwarz, Susan and Hardy, Ben (2021) 'A Framework for Government Response to Social Media Participation in Public Policy Making: Evidence from China'. International Journal of Public Administration, (44) 16, pp 1424-1434.

Xie, Zhixin and Page, Lionel and Hardy, Ben (2017) 'Investigating Gender Differences under Time Pressure in Financial Risk Taking'. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, (11) 246, pp 246.

Kandasamy, Narayanan and Garfinkel, Sarah N. and Page, Lionel and Hardy, Ben and Critchley, Hugo D. and Gurnell, Mark and Coates, John M. (2016) 'Interoceptive Ability Predicts Survival on a London Trading Floor'. Scientific Reports, (6), pp 32986.

Kandasamy, Narayanan and Hardy, Ben and Page, Lionel and Schaffner, M. and Graggaber, J. and Powlson, A. S. and Fletcher, Paul C. and Gurnell, Mark and Coates, John (2014) 'Cortisol shifts financial risk preferences'. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), (111) 9, pp 3608-3613.

Hardy, Ben and Ford, L. R. (2014) 'It's Not Me, It's You: Miscomprehension in Surveys'. Organizational Research Methods, (17) 2, pp 138-162.

Hardy, Ben and Alcock, T. and Malpas, J. (2014) 'Morale: unravelling its components and testing its impact within contact centres'. Chartered Management Institute: Winning Ideas - The Management Articles of the Year, pp 7-13.

Book Chapters

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Hardy, Ben and Stiles, Philip (2020) 'How Do We Know Anything? Philosophical Issues in the Collection and Interpretation of Operational Research Data'. In: White, Leroy and Martin, Kunc and Katharina, Burger and Jonathan, Malpass, (eds.), Behavioral Operational Research: A Capabilities Approach. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp 341-360.

Hardy, Ben (2019) 'Steroid Hormones in Social Science Research'. In: Foster, Gigi, (ed.), Biophysical Measurement in Experimental Social Science Research. Amsterdam: Academic Press, pp 105-136.


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