Paris School of Economics, Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne
Campus Jourdan – 48 boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris
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- Économie expérimentale
- Economie comportementale
Brian Jabarian est sur le marché du travail
Brian Jabarian est aux journées EEA et/ou ASSA
- Primary Field: Experimental Economics
- Secondary Fields: Behavioral Economics, Microeconomic Theory, Computational Economics
- References: Jean-Marc Tallon, Nicolas Jacquemet, Leeat Yariv
- Job Market PAPER: A Two-Ball Ellsberg Paradox: An Experiment
- Placement: Nancy and Howard Marks Principal Researcher at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business (USA)
Brief Candidate Profile:
Brian is an experimental and behavioral economist with an interest in computational economics. Through testable economic models, experimental tests, and computational methods, his research explores issues such as the importance of morality, complexity, or uncertainty in behavior and choices and develops applications in digital economics, environmental economics, and the economics of science and innovation.
Directeur de thèse : Tallon Jean-Marc
Année académique d'inscription : 2017/2018
Titre de la thèse : The Economics of Moral Uncertainty
Brian is a Ph.D. candidate in economics at the Paris School of Economics. He is primarily interested in experimental, survey methods, and behavioral economics. From 2018 to 2020, He was a visiting Ph.D. student at The Department of Economics at Princeton University.
His research explores the importance of morality, complexity, and knowledge in behavior and choices through testable economic models, experimental tests, and computational methods. It develops applications in digital economics, environmental economics, and the economics of science and innovation.