I currently work as assistant professor in the Decision Support and Analysis Unit of the Institute of Econometrics at Warsaw School of Economics. In 2010 I graduated from the European University Institute in Florence receiving a PhD in economics by defending my thesis entitled Risk attitudes and measures of value for risky lotteries
My research focuses on decision making under risk and uncertainty. I am interested in simple testable models (predictive) that explain experimental choice data (descriptive), are based on well-justifed psychological motives (psychological), and do so by moving from rationality as little as possible (normative).
I teach and have taught decision theory, game theory, microeconomics, operations research and optimization methods at bachelor, masters, PhD as well as the professional level. Here you can find my Resume