Economics of Risk and Uncertainty, Behavioral and Experimental economics; Behavioral Finance; Applied Econometrics; Health Economics
I am a fourth year PhD student in behavioral and experimental economics under the supervision the supervision of Brice Corgnet and Adam Zylbersztejn. Risk attitudes, ambiguity attitudes and beliefs are key determinants of economic and financial choices. My research focuses on the development of methods to measure risk attitudes, ambiguity attitudes and beliefs, and their use in broad range economic and financial applications.
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