Subject Areas: Industrial Organization, Experimental Economics, Game Theory
Ph.D., Economics, Rutgers University
B.A., Economics and Foreign Affairs, University of Virginia
Honors and Appointments:
— Grillo Award for Teaching Excellence (2015), University of Connecticut
— Grillo Award for Research Excellence (2012), University of Connecticut
— James A. Webb Award for Excellence in Teaching (2008, 2010), Vanderbilt University
— P.I., National Institutes of Health, Decision-making with too Many Options
— Game Theory
— Experimental Economics (Graduate seminar)
— Microeconomic Theory II (PhD)
Research Interests: Theory of Auctions, Decision Making and Choice Overload, Antitrust and Collusion, Game Theory
“Designing a Sequential Choice Architecture to Reduce Choice Overload,” Review of Economics and Statistics (2015) forthcoming (with Tibor Besedes, Cary Deck, and Sudipta Sarangi).
“How Collaborative Forecasting Can Reduce Forecast Accuracy,” Operations Research Letters (2015) 43(4), 349-353 (with Michael Galbreth and Mumin Kurtulus).
“Age Effects And Heuristics In Decision Making,” Review of Economics and Statistics (2012) 94(2), 580-595 (with Tibor Besedes, Cary Deck, and Sudipta Sarangi).
“Social Sharing Of Information Goods: Implications For Pricing And Profits,” Marketing Science (2012) 31(4), 603-620 (with Michael Galbreth and Bikram Ghosh).
“On The Competitive Effects Of Bidding Syndicates,” B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy [Frontiers] (2012) 12(1), 1-31 (with Vlad Mares).
“Decision-Making Strategies And Performance Among Seniors,” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (2012) 81(2), 524-533 (with Tibor Besedes, Cary Deck, and Sudipta Sarangi).
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