Felipe A. Araujo
Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Business, Lehigh University
Pico do Itapeva, Brazil, overlooking the Paraiba Valley, where I'm from.
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I'm an Assistant Professor of Economics at the College of Business at Lehigh University. I do research on Behavioral and Labor Economics using both experimental and observational data.
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"The Times They Are A-Changing: Experimenting with Dynamic Adverse Selection” (with Stephanie W. Wang, and Alistair J. Wilson). American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 13(4): 1-22, 2021.

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"The slider task: An example of restricted inference on incentive effects” (with Erin Carbone, Lynn Conell-Price, Marli W. Dunietz, Ania Jaroszewicz, Rachel Landsman, Diego Lamé, Lise Vesterlund, Stephanie W. Wang, and Alistair J. Wilson). Journal of the Economic Science Association, 2(1): 1-12, 2016.

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Work in Progress
“Laws of Large Numbers and Risk Preferences” (with Alistair J. Wilson and Alex Imas)

"On Gender Differences in Responsiveness to Experimental Conditions" (with Lise Vesterlund and Neeraja Gupta)

"Repeated Nudges for Repeated Decisions: Using Text Messages to Increase Payment Compliance with Utility Services" (with David Hagmann and Nina Mazar). [In the field]

“Public-Private Wage Gaps, Biased Beliefs, and Search"
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São Paulo, Brazil, the capital of my home state.
TEACHING
Lehigh University

Statistical Methods

Behavioral Economics

University of Pittsburgh

Game Theory Principles

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