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I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China. I obtained my PhD in Economics from the London School of Economics. In my research, I aim to combine theory and experimental methods to understand human motivations and behavior. My recent work explores the role of perception (-biases) and information in shaping behavior in labor markets, Bayesian persuasion, sequential games, and for goal-setting.  


Interests: Behavioral & Experimental Economics, Labor Economics, Microeconomic Theory, AI/Machine Learning

Room: 369, IEB

86 (0) 574 8812 0000 Ext: 8856

Tuesdays 11:30-13:30
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