I am a Professor of Economics and Director of the Toronto Experimental Economics Lab (TEEL) at the Department of Economics, University of Toronto. I received my PhD in Economics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
My research interests are individual and strategic decision making, which I study using theoretical and experimental tools. I am particularly interested in what constitutes “rational” behavior, and investigating how (bounded) rationality can be revealed in various environments.
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