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I am a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at Harvard University. My primary research field is microeconomic theory, and my secondary research field is behavioral economics.
My recent work has focused on topics of endogenous learning, optimal timing of decisions, stochastic choice and mechanism design/game theory with behavioral agents.
I also do research in probability theory. 

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