Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, Columbia University
I am a PhD candidate in Economics at Columbia University.
My research focuses on the role of attention and information choice.
I am interested in how we decide what, how much, and when we want to know. The information we search determines our decisions: the food we eat, the errors we make, and the ideas we share.
In Fall 2022 I am joining Cornerstone Research.
Find more about my research or download my CV.
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January 10: We received an R&R at AEJ: Microeconomics for the paper The Status Quo and Belief Polarization of Inattentive Agents: Theory and Experiment (with Vladimír Novák and Andrei Matveenko).