Insights Through Data and Behavior
I am currently a lecturer (assistant professor) in Marketing at the University of Sussex Business School and visiting fellow at the Bennett Institute for Applied Data Science at the University of Oxford. I hold a Ph.D. in Consumer Behavior and Quantitative Methods from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My research interests are in judgment and decision-making as well as in applied statistical modeling. Some of my previous publications received broad media attention and were covered by the Telegraph, Daily Mail, Sun, Mirror, Express, and Sky News. My research agenda covers topics in behavioral finance, experimental economics, Bayesian inference, and analyses with missing data.
Thinking about collecting an MTurk sample? Read my latest contribution on Psychology Today.
Wondering how Amazon's decision to ban Visa credit cards will affect British consumers? Watch my short interview on the Great British Breakfast.