I am a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Michigan, School of Information. I expect to graduate in 2023.
I am interested in modelling consumer and producer behaviors and designing informational and behavioral mechanisms to improve efficiency in markets with asymmetric information, using theories in microeconomics, game theory, industrial organization and behavioral economics. I conduct controlled laboratory experiments to investigate sellers’ and buyers’ decisions in a clean environment and test the effectiveness of my proposed mechanisms.
I am also interested in investigating individual and social preferences in social groups by using insights from behavioral economics and social psychology, and I examine inter-personal and inter-group behaviors in laboratory environments.
Experimental and Behavioral Economics, Information Economics, Market Design, Industrial Organization, Game Theory