Economics, Finance & Marketing
Foundation Hall (FNDH) 342C / Box 5083
Teaching, Research, and Professional Areas
Dr. Wesley Pech is an applied microeconomist specializing in behavioral economics, experimental economics, game theory, and judgment and decision making. He also teaches classes on economics of crime, economics of education, and sports economics. His research combines theoretical models and laboratory experiments to investigate different aspects of human behavior, such as social preferences, trust and reciprocity, rationality, strategic interactions, and risk attitudes. He earned his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Massachusetts and his B.A. in economics from the Federal University of Parana in Brazil.