Martin Browning works in the field of applied microeconometrics. His primary interests are in the economics of the family–with particular emphasis on intrahousehold allocation; demand analysis; consumption and saving; the design of social support systems; and modeling heterogeneity for applied work.
He is a professor of economics at Oxford University and a fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford. He also directs the Centre for Applied Microeconometrics in Copenhagen. He is a fellow and European council member of the Econometric Society, and a fellow of both the European Economic Association and the British Academy.
He holds a master's degree from the London School of Economics and a PhD from Tilburg University.