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I am a professor of economics at Tel Aviv University and University College London, specializing in economic theory.

My recent research interests include: decision making under flawed causal reasoning, the role of narratives in politics and economics, markets with boundedly rational consumers, and incentive issues arising from interactions with platforms and algorithms.


New Working Papers

Representative Sampling Equilibrium (Joint with Tuval Danenberg)


False Narratives and Political Mobilization (Joint with Kfir Eliaz and Simone Galperti)

Selected Recent Publications

Capability Building in Sluggish Organizations (Management Science, forthcoming) (Joint with Kfir Eliaz)

Fitness video (for an earlier version having a different title)

Modeling Players with Random “Data Access” (JET, 2021)

Cheating with Models (AERI, 2021) (Joint with Kfir Eliaz and Yair Weiss)

Strategic Interpretations (JET, 2021) (Joint with Kfir Eliaz and Heidi Thysen)

A Model of Competing Narratives (AER, 2020) (Joint with Kfir Eliaz)

Corrected proof of Claim 2

Incentive-Compatible Advertising on Non-Retail Platforms (RJE, 2020) (Joint with Kfir Eliaz)

Paper Trailer (for an earlier version having a different title)

Behavioral Implications of Causal Misperceptions (Annual Review of Economics, 2020)

The Model Selection Curse (AERI, 2019) (Joint with Kfir Eliaz)

Bayesian Networks and Boundedly Rational Expectation (QJE, 2016)

Search Design and Broad Matching (AER, 2016) (Joint with Kfir Eliaz)

Reference Dependence and Labor-Market Fluctuations (NBER Macroeconomics Annual (2013)) (Joint with Kfir Eliaz)

Price Competition under Limited Comparability (QJE 2012) (Joint with Michele Piccione)

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