Research Interests

My research interests lie in the fields of behavioral economics, experimental economics and microeconomic theory. I have worked on topics ranging from strategic communication and statistical discrimination in labor markets, to decision making under cognitive depletion and the effects of "nudging" strategies. Currently I am working on the topic of fairness preferences when people face limited information regarding others' effort and productivity, and on a new method to incentivize the elicitation of probability distribution beliefs.

Published articles

Work in progress