He is the Director of the lab and a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Economics Department. His fields of interests are experimental economics/finance and evolutionary game theory. His experimental work appeared at Review of Finance, Journal of Financial Intermediation, and Research in Experimental Economics while his evolutionary work at Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Games, Dynamic Games and Applications, and Journal of Evolutionary Economics.
He teaches microeconomics (principles), experimental economics and experimental finance courses in the academic year 2017-2018.
Currently, he is working on
- forecasting games, jointly with D. Kopanyi, and J. Tuinstra from University of Amsterdam and O. Rud from Hamilton College.
- macro experiments, jointly with O. Rud from Hamilton College, M. Sharifova from University of Pacific, J. Horowitz from Ball State University.