I am a Behavioral Research Associate in the Department of Economics and the Darden Business School at the University of Virginia. My research and teaching fall primarily within the area of behavioral economics, and my work is relevant to strategy and behavioral operations.
My research revolves around the theme of investment decisions in organizational settings. The theoretical underpinnings of my research are game theory and economics and psychology, while empirically, I have used both framed-field experiments and laboratory experiments.
I am on the job market. I will be available for interviews at the 2014 INFORMS Annual Meeting and the 2015 AEA Annual Meeting.
Job Market Paper: "Organization Style, Leadership Strategy and Free-Riding", with Charles A. Holt and Melissa Thomas-Hunt