Hi all, I am an Associate professor in Economics at the University of East Anglia.
I am interested in robust statistical decision theory, general equilibrium and their various applications: Behavioural Economics, Gambling theory, Asset Pricing, Market Selection Hypothesis, Decision Theory, Information Theory, MDL, Safe Bayesian, Game Theory.
My research agenda is now shifting toward evolutionary models. I want to provide a theoretical foundation to many ``behavioural biases'' leveraging the idea that:
“since the thing that grows fastest starts to dominate in evolution, everything we observe today is quite good at maximizing growth.”