Welcome to my website! I am currently a DPhil (PhD) candidate in the department of economics at the University of Oxford and a lecturer in microeconomics a St Hugh's College. In the next academic year, I will be starting as a postdoctoral researcher in behavioural and experimental economics with a joint appointment at Sciences Po and the Paris School of Economics.
Email: itzhak.rasooly [at] economics.ox.ac.uk
(conditionally accepted, Journal of Political Economy: Microeconomics).
The importance of being discrete: on the (in-)accuracy of continuous approximations in auction theory (with Carlos Gavidia-Calderon).
Race and redistribution in the United States: an experimental analysis (with Jesper Åkesson, Robert Hahn and Robert Metcalfe).
WORKS IN PROGRESS
Masks, cameras and social pressure (with Roberto Rozzi)
Additive loss aversion (very preliminary!)