Maria Alejandra Erazo Diaz
Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Strategic Uncertainty, Decision-making.
I am a first year PhD student in behavioral and experimental economics under the supervision of Camille Cornand (CNRS/GATE) and Adam Zylbersztejn (GATE). Before starting my PhD, I completed my BS in Economics at Los Andes University and a rMSc in Neuroeconomics at Maastricht University. My main research interests lie in strategic decision making, risk preferences, strategic uncertainty, and social preferences.
My PhD project focuses on measuring and studying behavior and decision-making processes that involved aversion to strategic uncertainty, together with their consequences on economic efficiency and monetary policy.
A detailed CV is available here