My research interests are individual and strategic decision making. I study behavioural choice patterns using theoretical and experimental tools. In particular, I am interested in investigating what are the implications of rationality and what is the evidence for rationality in various economic environments. My research covers choice under uncertainty and over time, bargaining behaviour when the parties are not-necessarily self-interested, what can be learned from experimental and market data about preferences and beliefs, and more.
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