PhD candidate Benjamin Tereick accepts position at University of Oxford
Benjamin Tereick, PhD candidate at Erasmus School of Economics, has accepted a four-year Postdoctoral Research Fellow position at University of Oxford. He will join the Global Priorities Institute in September 2020.
Benjamin Tereick finished his research master in Economics at the Tinbergen Institute in 2016, after which he started a PhD in the Behavioral Economics Group at Erasmus School of Economics, supervised by Prof. Aurélien Baillon and Prof. Dražen Prelec (MIT Sloan School of Management).
His work lies at the intersection of behavioral economics and game theory and his current focus in this area is on improving methods for judgment aggregation and crowdsourcing, especially as applied to long-term forecasting. During his PhD, he visited the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Find more information about Benjamin on his personal website.