Current Research Interests:
Estimation of social and spatial interaction models; Structural estimation of games.
PhD–Ohio State University
MA–Ohio State University
PhD, Ohio State University, 2007, is an assistant professor whose research interests are in econometrics, applied microeconomics and industrial organization. His current research is focused on estimation methods in evaluating the extent of social, spatial and strategic interactions among economic agents. Topical applications include measuring peer group effects in experimental signaling games, efficient estimation of spatial autoregressive models, and structural estimation of the latent value distribution through bidder’s strategic bidding behavior in empirical auctions.