Our research in Neuroeconomics and Neurofinance focuses on decision making under uncertainty. This highly interdisciplinary work covers theoretical and experimental aspects of decision making and risk taking and unites neuroscience, financial economics, computational neuroscience and psychology. We primarily employ behavioral studies, computational modelling and functional MRI to study how humans make (financial) decisions in an uncertain world.
Brain signals of a Surprise-Actor-Critic model: Evidence for multiple learning modules in human decision making.
Testing models at the neural level reveals how the brain computes subjective value.
Information Theoretic Characterization of Uncertainty Distinguishes Surprise From Accuracy Signals in the Brain.
A Bird's eye view from below: Activity in the temporo-parietal junction predicts from-above Necker Cube percepts.
Geneva Finance Research Institute
Faculté d’économie et de management
Université de Genève