I've been teaching in the Economics department at Bowdoin since 2012 and prior to that I was assistant professor at Oregon State University from 2008-2012. My courses here are on microeconomics, behavioral economics, information and uncertainty, and game theory. Besides the standard material I generally try to stress two relatively non-standard lessons: 1) be Bayesian; 2) internalize your externalities. My research is on belief formation, political media, polarization, and inter-personal hostility (a.k.a. affective polarization). I'm optimistic about this being typically due to misunderstanding (and therefore being usually resolvable), based on both personal experience and my research. I served with Americorps and worked for Novantas (consulting) between college and grad school, and am originally from Charlottesville, VA (and miss the old UVA pep band).
I'm on twitter (@d_f_stone), perhaps ill-advisedly, but with good intentions (I think!).
A career highlight (no, not for him) (@ Stony Brook, July, 2014)
Happier to be w me (or bc it's last day of class?): (L to R) Soren Birkeland, 2021; Levi McAtee, 2022 (Econ 2323, Spring 2019)