My research interests range from human behavior regarding the uncertain future to autonomous driving and the access economy. Broadly speaking, my research is in behavioral economics and tends to use an experimental approach. Here is my Google Scholar profile.


An Experimental Test of the Anscombe-Aumann Monotonicity Axiom, Management Science, forthcoming. (with Florian H. Schneider)

oTree An open-source platform for laboratory, online, and field experiments, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance (9), March 2016: 88-97. (with D.Chen and C. Wickens)

Vouchers, Inequality and Competition (2012) [my dissertation]
Advisor: Stephen Morris Comittee: Sylvain ChassangJanet CurrieCecilia Rouse

Selected Working Papers and Work in Progress

“Exponential Growth and Decay Bias”
(with Daniela Sele)

“Shared Mobility and the Economics of Self-driving Cars”

“Ambiguity Aversion: A preference?” (working title)
(with Ernst Fehr, Sean Hofland and Keyu Wu)

“Intrinsic Perception of Rights in Physical vs. Intellectual Property”
(with Stefan Bechtold and Gabriel Gertsch)

“Moral Persuasion and Dissuasion in Immoral Labor Markets”
(with Florian H. Schneider and Ivo Schurtenberger)

Social Preferences or Sacred Values? Theory and Evidence of Deontological Motivations, Toulouse School of Economics Working Paper, n. 16-714, October 2016. (with D. Chen)

A Theory of Experiments: Invariance of Equilibrium to the Strategy Method of Elicitation and Implications for Social Preferences, Toulouse School of Economics Working Paper, n. 16-724, October 2016. (with D. Chen)