Welcome! I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Economics at Purdue University.
I use experimental methods and behavioral economics to study questions related to the economics of innovation. My current research focuses on how groups respond to experimentation incentives, how contest size affects the rate of innovation in innovation contests, and how feedback affects the quality of technologies developed in research tournaments. My research interests lie at the intersection of experimental economics, industrial organization, game theory, and behavioral economics.
Department of Economics, Purdue University
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West Lafayette, IN 47907