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Pedram Heydari

Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics

Pedram Heydari specializes in microeconomic theory with an emphasis on decision theory and behavioral economics. He received his PhD in economics from UC San Diego in 2018. In his research, using both theory and experiments, he studies factors that make decision-making difficult and lead to patterns of behavior that violate standard economic models of choice. His work has appeared in Games and Economic Behavior, Theory and Decision, and the Journal of Mathematical Sociology.

Areas of research specialization: Microeconomic Theory, Decision Theory, Behavioral Economics

Areas of teaching specialization: Microeconomic Theory, Game Theory Principles, Microeconomic Principles

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