My primary research areas are decision theory and formal ethics. My dissertation, The Logic of Planning, concerned the import of dynamic consistency principles in the context of Jeffrey-style decision theories. Recently, I have been assisting Wolfgang Spohn in a project exploring novel foundations for decision and game theory. I also have interests in formal epistemology and philosophy of science more broadly.


Works in Progress

  • Prediction Impairs Deliberation.
  • A Causal Modeler’s Guide to Doing and Allowing.
  • Is the Means Principle Dynamically Coherent?