My research interests are experimental economics, behavioral economics and political economy. I study principal-agent accountability, political institutions and trust. Other areas of interest include expressive behavior, the psychology of voting, and the economic and moral drivers of group formation and the mutual exchange of aid. I am also interested in what affects a person's decision to be trustworthy.
I currently teach principles of microeconomics, microeconomic theory, international economics, and Humanomics. What is Humanomics, you ask? It is the inquiry into the compatibility of economics and moral philosophy.
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