Assistant Professor of Economics
Hubbard Hall - 108
Current teaching schedule available on the public course finder.
I teach classes on microeconomics, game theory and behavioral economics, and most of my research is on belief formation and choice under uncertainty. In my research I use empirical methods (often data from sports as a "natural lab") and game theoretic formal analysis. I am especially interested in political media because of the complex psychology and important social and political implications.
"Media bias in the marketplace: theory" with Matthew Gentzkow and Jesse Shapiro (gated on SSRN)
Econ 3533: Behavioral Economics syllabus
Econ 2323: Economics of Information syllabus
Econ 3305: Game Theory syllabus
Econ 2555: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory syllabus
Econ 1101: Principles of Microeconomics syllabus
Noah Smith on how and why to get Econ PhD
Will MacAskill on effective altruism
("The PhD program we recommend most of all, especially if you're mathematically able, is economics")
Market Demand for Econ PhDs
Steve Miller's advice for students/academia
Wing Suen's guide to choosing a college major