Introduction

Curriculum Vitae [.pdf]

I am a PhD candidate in Behavioral Economics, a joint program between the Department of Economics and the Department of Social and Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University.

Broadly, my research interests span behavioral and experimental economics. Specifically, I mainly focus on studying incentives, dynamic decision making and decisions under uncertainty. I have been collaborating on projects with my advisor Alex Imas and numerous other faculty at Carnegie Mellon University.