Kareen Rozen

Associate Professor 

Department of Economics
Brown University

I am a microeconomic theorist studying the foundations of behavioral economics. My research in this field can be broadly categorized into two main strands. First, what are the implications of bounded rationality in both decision-theoretic and interactive environments, such as markets? Second, how do our reference points dynamically shift in choice settings, and why? While mainly focused on these aspects of behavioral economic theory, my work has also extended to other topics and approaches, including economic experiments.