Assistant Professor of Economics
B.A., Boston University, 2011, M.Phil., University of Oxford, 2013; M.A. Georgetown University, 2017; Ph.D., 2022. Caltech, 2022-.
Peter Caradonna's research is focused on better understanding the empirical content of various models of preference and decision-making. His research seeks to use a combination of microeconomic and statistical theory to obtain predictions or tests of behavior that are robust under model misspecification, data limitations, or perturbations of a model's underlying assumptions. He holds a degree in economics and mathematics from Boston University (BA '11), and degrees in economics from both the University of Oxford (MPhil '13) and Georgetown University (PhD '22).
Microeconomic Theory; Experimental Economics; Econometric Theory of Models of Preference; Merger & Competition Policy
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December 02, 2022
A conversation with Peter Caradonna, a new assistant professor of economics.