Maria Alejandra Erazo Diaz
Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Strategic Uncertainty, Decision-making.
I am a fourth year PhD student in behavioral and experimental economics under the supervision of Camille Cornand (CNRS/GATE) and Adam Zylbersztejn (University of Lyon 2, GATE). Before starting my Ph.D., I completed my BS in Economics at Los Andes University and a MSc in Neuroeconomics at Maastricht University and a BS in Economics at Los Andes University. My main research interests lie in strategic decision making, risk preferences, strategic uncertainty, and beliefs formation.
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