Assistant Professor of Economics
at Indian School of Business
I study various topics that fall under the broad field of Microeconomics with a focus on Game Theory and Information Economics. I have studied the role of information in dynamic strategic situations such as coordination and bargaining. In particular, I am interested in the optimal information disclosure policy that could minimize the chance of panic in a financial market, or minimize delay in bargaining. My research interests also include financial economics and psychological biases.
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