I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at Harvard University, specializing in microeconomic theory and behavioral economics.
I study the implications of multi-agent learning in settings with populations of rational or behavioral learners. My investigation of behavioral learning focuses on how behavioral biases interact with features of the learning environments, while my research on rational learning centers around the implications of non-equilibrium learning for equilibrium refinements. An emphasis on the dynamics of learning unifies both areas of my work.

Job-Market Information

Primary Field: Microeconomic Theory
Secondary Field: Behavioral Economics

I will be available for interviews at the 2019 ASSA meetings in Atlanta and at the 2018 CEEE in Toronto.

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Contact Information

Department of Economics
Littauer Center North
Harvard University
Cambridge, MA 02138

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