Jimena Galindo

About Me:

I am a PhD candidate in Economics at New York University. I expect to graduate in Spring, 2024.

My research lies in the intersection of economics and behavioral science. I study the effect of misspecified learning on decision-making.

My interests are in Experimental and Behavioral Economics. I have designed experiments to test the predictions of different Microeconomic theories. I collected and analyzed data on behavior from multiple experiments.

I have also worked on a structural model of campaign expenditures where I can evaluate the impact of different policies and a theoretical model of charitable contributions.

Job Market Paper: Learning with Misspecified Models: The Case of Overestimation 

Data Analysis: Here

Experimental Interfaces: Here