I am deeply interested in the foundations of decision-making, be it in isolation as in classical decision theory or in strategic interaction as in game theory, and its application to important social issues. I have a strong background in microeconomics, especially with a focus on behavioral economics, experimental economics, game theory, and social choice theory. My expertise in terms of methodology is in experimental work; I have been an integral part in the design and the conduction of both field and laboratory experiments. However, being formally trained in game theory and economic theory, I also work theoretically.
C. Alós-Ferrer & G.D. Granic (2010). Approval Voting in Germany: Description of a Field Experiment. In J.F. Laslier & M.R. Sanver (Eds.), Handbook on Approval Voting (Studies in Choice and Welfare, 1614-0311) (pp. 397-411). Springer Berlin Heidelberg doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-02839-7_16