Omid Atabati


 Welcome to my homepage! I am a PhD candidate in Economics at the University of Calgary. I use applied econometrics and experimental economics to study questions related to behavioral and labor economics.
  The main theme of my researches is investigating how incentives and social influence components (particularly social interactions and identity) interact and together affect (i) the formation of beliefs/norms/values, and (ii) economic outcomes (e.g. occupational choices and labor earnings).

Research and Teaching Fields:

  • Primary: Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Applied Econometrics
  • Secondary: Labor Economics, Economics of Social Interactions & Networks

Please click here for a summary of my research works.

Curriculum Vitae