Aurelien Baillon is Professor of Economics of Uncertainty, in the Behavioral Economics group. His work focuses on individual decision making under risk and ambiguity. Through both empirical and theoretical studies, his research addresses issues in subjective probability elicitation, models of attitude towards risk and ambiguity, and aggregation of expert opinions. Personal website.
A. Baillon, P.D. Koellinger & T. Treffers (2016). Sadder but wiser: The effects of emotional states on ambiguity attitudes. Journal of Economic Psychology, 53 (April), 67-82. doi: 10.1016/j.joep.2015.12.008
A. Baillon & H. Bleichrodt (2015). Testing ambiguity models through the measurement of probabilities for gains and losses. American Economic Journal. Microeconomics, 7 (2), 77-100. doi: 10.1257/mic.20130196
A. Baillon, H. Bleichrodt & A. Cillo (2015). A Tailor-Made Test of Intransitive Choice. Operations Research, 63 (1), 198-211. doi: 10.1287/opre.2014.1329