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

Recent talks (2016-2017)
February 2017: University of Zurich: Neuroeconomics Seminar
February 2017: University of Nottingham: CeDEx Seminar
January 2017: University of Edinburgh: Department Seminar
January 2017: Norwegian School of Economics: The Choice Lab Seminar
January 2017: HEC Paris: Economics & Decision Sciences Seminar
December 2016: University of Cergy-Pontoise: THEMA Seminar
December 2016: PsyCHIC Workshop: Plenary talk on “Disclosure in the Lab”
June 2016: SED Meeting:
Invited session on “Information Frictions”
June 2016: University of Munich: Micro Seminar
June 2016: University of Nice: GREDEG Seminar
May 2016: Toulouse School of Economics: Economic Theory Seminar
May 2016: Ecole Polytechnique: Department Seminar
North America
March 2017: Purdue Krannert School of Management: Economics Seminar
April 2016: Simon Fraser University: Economics Seminar
April 2016: University of British Columbia: Experimental Economics Seminar
April 2016: UCSD Rady School of Management: Econ/Strategy Seminar
April 2016: Harvard University: Behavioral & Experimental Seminar
April 2016: Northwestern Kellogg School of Management: KAMP Speaker Series
April 2016: Stanford University: Experimental/Behavioral Seminar
East Asia
March 2016: National University of Singapore: Economics Seminar
March 2016: National Taiwan University: Micro Seminar
February 2016: Waseda University: TCER Seminar
February 2016: Kochi University of Technology: RCFD Seminar
January 2016: Xiamen University: FEEL Seminar