I am a behavioural economist, with interests in public finance and health economics. I combine theory and experiments to better understand complex intertemporal choices. I am particularly interested in long-run health behaviours such as exercise and smoking, and household finance issues such as retirement savings.
I am a lecturer (assistant professor) in the Department of Economics at LSE. Before this, I was a Robert Wood Johnson Scholar in Health Policy Research at Harvard University. I hold a PhD in Economics from the University of California Berkeley, and a S.B. in Economics from MIT.
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