My primary research fields are experimental economics and microeconomic theory, and my primary research topics are inattention, perception, and information disclosure.

I am currently an Assistant Professor at the Paris School of Economics. In July I will be joining the Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences (MEDS) department at Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management as an Assistant Professor.

Scheduled Talks (2014-2015)
July 21: University of Wisconsin - BRITE Lab Seminar
September 8: University of Michigan - SBEE Seminar
September 10: Washington University’s Olin School of Business - Applied Economics Seminar
September 19: University of Pittsburgh -
Experiment Economics Seminar
December 8: University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management - Business Economics Seminar
March 5: Queen Mary, University of London - Economics and Finance Seminar
March 17: Bocconi University - Theory & Experiments Seminar
March 31: Université Paris Dauphine - Séminaire Décision, Interaction et Marchés
April 13: Universitat Pompeu Fabra - Microeconomics Seminar
April 14: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona - Microeconomics Seminar
April 30: Northwestern University - Bag Lunch Seminar
May 1: George Mason University - ICES Experimental Economics Seminar
June 4: Institutions, Decisions and Governmental Practices Workshop
June 11: Limited Cognitive Resources in Economics Workshop
June 15: Annual Meeting of the French Experimental Economics Association
June 18: University of Konstanz - Urs Fischbacher’s Group
July 8: RSF Conference for Early-Career Behavioral Economists
August 17: World Congress of the Econometric Society
August 26: Annual Congress of the European Economic Association - Invited Session on Communication in Games