I am an Associate Professor in the Economics Department at the University of Miami.
My research applies game theory to strategic interactions, with a focus on issues surrounding the endogenous generation and optimal elicitation of information. In the research section of my site you will find papers on a variety of subjects including grade inflation, the link between campaigns and political extremism, the effectiveness of government intervention in markets, and the evolution of influence in advisory relationships.
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