PhD in Economics, Stanford University.
Junior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows.


I work on economic theory and behavioral economics, with a particular interest in market design.



Working Papers

(with Mohammad Akbarpour)

Thickness and Information in Dynamic Matching Markets (resubmitted, Journal of Political Economy)
(with Mohammad Akbarpour and Shayan Oveis-Gharan) 
Here are some videos that exposit the paper.

Belief Updating and the Demand for Information (conditionally accepted, Games and Economic Behavior)
(with Sandro Ambuehl)

Carpe Diem, Carpe Worm: Context-Dependent Choice as Explained by Foraging Theory (conditionally accepted, Journal of Economic Theory)
(with Ning Yu)

Forthcoming/Published Papers

Obviously Strategy-Proof Mechanisms (American Economic Review, 2017, lead article)

Obvious Ex Post Equilibrium (Papers and Proceedings of the AER, 2017)

Ethics and Market Design (Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 2017)