I am a behavioral economist who studies the cognitive processes that underlie preferences, beliefs, communication, and coordination. Many of my projects apply economic methods to mental resources (especially attention) with the aim of generating novel insights into both minds and markets. I am especially interested in theory that deepens our understanding of artificial intelligence, social media, and other emerging technologies. If you find this approach intriguing and want to chat, drop me a line!
The Economics of Attention
Cognition: A Study in Mental Economy
Further Analysis of Corporoate Bond Market Liquidity