I am a behavioral scientist. I am also a Professor of Economics at the School of Business and Economics (Loughborough University), and a Senior Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania (and a proud alma mater of the Master of Behavioral Decision Sciences program there). I serve as an Associate editor in two excellent journals: Judgement and Decision Making and the Journal of Economic Psychology. You should very seriously consider submitting your work to us.
I am currently doing laboratory and field work studying the behavioral consequences of conflict, the determinants of social change, and polishing behavioral models of bounded rationality. As my Scholar webpage suggests, my research fields are (as of today) behavioral economics, public economics, organizational behavior, industrial organization and the economics of conflict. Among other funding bodies, the Economic and Social Research Council, the National Science Foundation, the European Union, and the World Bank have funded my research, and I am extremely grateful for their support.
I am also a Research Fellow at the Centre for Experimental Social Sciences, Nuffiled College (Santiago de Chile) and at the School of Economics, Universidad del Rosario (Bogotá). Feel free to have a look at my Google Scholar website , my ORCID profile, or my CV here. You may reach me at e.fatas“at”lboro.ac.uk or at efatas“at”upenn.edu.