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Bio: My research interests are in economic theory, decision theory, and behavioral economics. I have focused on ambiguity aversion, temporal preferences, and bounded rationality. My research includes both the foundational-axiomatic study of these phenomena as well as the economic analysis of models that incorporate them. I have been at Harvard University since 2009. I received a Ph.D from Northwestern University in 2008 and an M.A. from the University of Warsaw in 2002.