Evan D Sadler
My research centers on how behaviors and information spread through social ties. I am particularly interested in how the structure of a social network influences diffusion patterns and incentives to gather information. I also have an interest in the role of cognitive limitations, both as they relate to decision making in networks and in economics more broadly.
I am currently a post doctoral fellow at Harvard University, with a joint appointment at JPAL at MIT. I received my PhD in information systems from New York University's Stern School of Business in 2015. Prior to begining at Stern, I spent two years as an analyst at Corernstone research. I earned my bachelor's degree in mathematics from Princeton University in 2009.