Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics
Farmer School of Business
I am a Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics at the Farmer School of Business at Miami University. I currently teach Principles and Intermediate Microeconomics for the Economics Department and Game Theory for the Marketing Master's program.
More detail regarding my background can be found in my current CV
My primary research fields are game theory and experimental economics. My research is focused on decision theory in strategic settings with uncertainty. More specifically, I am interested in voter preferences for trust versus competence in leaders. I also examine delegation and communication as strategies in coordination games with uncertainty and social preferences.
More details about my research can be found here.