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== Short Bio ==
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I am a PhD student in the Department of Economics at the University of Chicago.  My current research focuses on non-monetary incentives in markets, behavioral economics, and the economics of feedback and recommendation systems. The broad theme of my research is to use experimental economics to understand how psychology and traditional incentives interact and shape market outcomes. I am also interested in how to bring tools from machine learning into economics in order to address questions of social interaction. In my spare time, I enjoy coffee and lifting weights.
 
I am a PhD student in the Department of Economics at the University of Chicago.  My current research focuses on non-monetary incentives in markets, behavioral economics, and the economics of feedback and recommendation systems. The broad theme of my research is to use experimental economics to understand how psychology and traditional incentives interact and shape market outcomes. I am also interested in how to bring tools from machine learning into economics in order to address questions of social interaction. In my spare time, I enjoy coffee and lifting weights.
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== Contact Info ==
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E-mail: hedblom@uchicago.edu
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My Facebook page: [http://www.facebook.com/hedblom]
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Follow me on Twitter: [http://twitter.com/danhedblom]
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== Links ==
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My website is here: [http://www.danielhedblom.com]
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For an example of behavioral economics, see the following: [http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0080719]

Latest revision as of 01:23, 10 June 2015

Complex Systems Summer School 2015

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Short Bio

I am a PhD student in the Department of Economics at the University of Chicago. My current research focuses on non-monetary incentives in markets, behavioral economics, and the economics of feedback and recommendation systems. The broad theme of my research is to use experimental economics to understand how psychology and traditional incentives interact and shape market outcomes. I am also interested in how to bring tools from machine learning into economics in order to address questions of social interaction. In my spare time, I enjoy coffee and lifting weights.

Contact Info

E-mail: hedblom@uchicago.edu

My Facebook page: [1]

Follow me on Twitter: [2]

Links

My website is here: [3]

For an example of behavioral economics, see the following: [4]