University of Pittsburgh John Duffy Pittsburgh Experimental Economics Laboratory
 

My research concerns the microfoundations of macroeconomic activity. I want to understand/explain how groups of individuals (societies) make economic decisions and forecasts and how they resolve coordination problems. I have attempted to address such questions using theoretical models, computational methods, and controlled laboratory experiments with paid human subjects.

 

"Rationality and the knowledge of rationality is a social and not only an individual phenomenon." -- Kenneth J. Arrow.

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