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Associate Professor of Economics, Middlebury

Since 2011, I have been a member of the Economics Department at Middlebury College, where I teach core courses in Game Theory and Intermediate Micro Theory, as well as electives and seminars in Experimental and Behavioral Economics, and regularly advise our senior thesis workshop. My research uses laboratory experiments to test canonical theoretical models, new ideas, and conventional wisdom. My work has addressed topics in public economics, labor, voting, information avoidance, financial decision-making and "attribute overload," trust and cooperation, and auctions.


  • –present
    Associate Professor of Economics, Middlebury


  • 2011 
    California Institute of Technology, PhD/Economics