Note: I have moved to Brown University as an Associate Professor of Economics. My homepage will be joining me soon.
I am a microeconomic theorist studying the foundations of behavioral economics. My research in this field can be categorized into two main strands: understanding reference dependence in dynamic settings, and studying the implications of bounded rationality in decision-theoretic and market settings. My work has also extended to other topics, including experimental economics, bargaining, and organizational structure.