Isaac Bjorke

I am a PhD Candidate in Economics at NYU, specializing in microeconomic theory and behavioral economics. My research incorporates decision theory, game theory, and bounded rationality.

As a PhD student I have taught 12 semester-long courses, including 3 semesters as primary lecturer. My primary teaching interests are Microeconomics, Statistics, Game Theory, and Behavioral Economics, but I intend to continue teaching a variety of courses at the collegiate level.