PhD student in Economics since the fall of 2011.
Behavioral economics, game theory, strategic reasoning in games, policy applications of new economic insights.
Camerer et al. (2016). Evaluating replicability of laboratory experiments in economics Science
Open Science Collaboration. (2015). Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science. Science, 349(6251)
“Demand Effects of Consumers' Stated and Revealed Preferences” (with Per Engström)
Work in progress:
“School seat allocation in Stockholm”
“The Behavioral Economics replication project”
“Using prediction markets to estimate the reproducability in science - The Many Labs 2 replications”
“Stockholm Gamelab - A web based platform for experiments in game theory” (with Jörgen Weibull)
“Visual salience as a L0-prior” (with Colin Camerer, Taisuke Imai and Gidi Nave)
“Increasing the pick up of the Housing Supplement among Swedish retirees: A field experiment” (with Per Engström and Johannes Hagen)
Topics in Game Theory (PhD), 2014
Micro Economics I (PhD), 2013