Behavioral economics, Experimental economics, Food economics, Consumer behavior, Labeling and Nutrition, Marketing
I am a behavioral and experimental economist with a particular interest in consumer food preferences and food choices. My previous research has looked at consumer demand in the presence of food labeling, food choices under various anti-obesity and healthy diets policies, advertising, long-term effects of information on demand and social influences on consumer behavior. My current research interests also include the use of innovative data collection and experimental methods in applied economics research. I have received a Ph.D. from the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University, and am a horseback riding enthusiast and fantasy fiction reader in my spare time.
The current list of publications, please see my Google Scholar profile.