I am an MBA candidate and Silver Scholar at the Yale School of Management, where I focus on behavioral economics and consumer behavior. Before joining MIT, I worked in Global Consumer Insights at Mattel and Marketing at 3M. My research interests include framing effects, intertemporal choice, biases, and choice architecture.
Currently, I am working on projects involving framing effects, self-deception, and a Bayesian truth serum for subjective judgments.
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