game theoryconsumer searchadvertisingeconomics of informationauction theoryapplied microeconomic theory
I am an economist and research fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), University of Oxford, UK and an associate member of the economics group at Nuffield College, Oxford. My main research interests lie within the domain of applied microeconomic theory, especially industrial organisation, auction theory, information economics, and other applications of game theory. Right now, I am working on projects to apply these tools to help understand the functioning (and dysfunctioning) of interactions mediated by the Internet, particularly with respect to advertising and consumer search. Previously, I was based in the Division of Economics at the University of Southampton.
Information-Seeking Strategies in Medicine Queries: A Clinical Eye-Tracking Study with Gaze-Cued Retrospective Think-Aloud Protocol
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction (2017)