Fay Niker completed her Ph.D. in political theory at the University of Warwick. Her research on the ethics of public nudging (entitled "Living Well by Design") was awarded a Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy grant in 2015, together with the John L. Stanley award for the most outstanding project in the Ethics category. Alongside her doctoral research, Fay is also involved in interdisciplinary collaborations, principally with members of the National Core for Neuroethics, University of British Columbia. Her research and teaching interests include: contemporary political theory, applied ethics (including neuroethics and the ethics of technology), behavioral public policy, and intersections between normative and empirical research.
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