I'm Adam, a fourth-year PhD Student at the Department of Economics at Stockholm School of Economics, working mainly with behavioral/experimental economics and game theory. Currently, I am an Associate of the Department of Economics at Harvard University, invited by Professor David Laibson.
I am interested in how our behavior affects society at large - the macroeconomic consequences of humanity's limited cognitive abilities. I use evolutionary game theory to study how such limitations could persist, and run experiments on the explanatory power of behavioral elements in macroeconomic models.
- “Evaluating Replicability of Laboratory Experiments in Economics.” with Colin Camerer, et. al. in Science (2016)
- “Using Prediction Markets to Forecast Research Evaluations.” with Marcus Munafo, et. al., in Royal Society Open Science (2015)