About me

I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Economics at Gothenburg University. I am on the job market fall 2021.

My research spans behavioral economics, game theory, and economic theory. I am particularly interested in the strategic role of emotions. In my dissertation I develop a game theoretic framework in which players can transition between emotional states of mind. The emotional state of mind determines the players' utility function. In this framework, players rationally anticipates how own and others' state of mind determines their utility function. In my applications I consider three emotional states of mind: fear, friendliness, and hostility. My current work in progress includes experimental designs to test hypotheses from the chapters in my dissertation.

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