I am an applied economic theorist with broad interests. Much of my research is on the role of information in the economy and society. My work is mainly motivated by getting deep theoretical insights into important practical topics, such as debate, privacy, coordination or rumors.
Since 2016, I am Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellow at Nuffield College, University of Oxford. From 2017 to 2019, I also serve as Junior Dean of Nuffield College. From September 2019, I will be assistant professor at CERGE-EI and Charles University, Prague, and researcher at the Czech Academy of Sciences.
I am teaching microeconomics and game theory at Oxford University. During my PhD, I was lecturer in the undergraduate game theory course at the University of Copenhagen and received the 2013 Award for Excellent Teaching.