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Ania is a doctoral candidate in the Behavioral Decision Research program. She uses behavioral economics to study information demand and decision making in poverty. Her advisors are Saurabh Bhargava, Alex Imas, and George Loewenstein.
After receiving her BAs in Economics and Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley, Ania spent several years working with the federal government on environmental policy and consumer protection. She also holds a graduate certificate in Applied Quantitative Risk Analysis from the George Washington University.