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As a behavioral and experimental economist, I possess a wealth of experience in creating tools to evaluate theories and policies. My area of expertise lies in developing robust theories and experiments that delve into the intricate relationship between choice architecture and individual behavioral factors, such as risk perceptions, social preferences, attitudes towards strategic risk, identity, and cognitive skills, and how they impact people's decision-making. By lab and field experiments, I am able to uncover and explain these interactions, as well as the effects of shocks on behaviors, with the ultimate goal of designing more effective policies.

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