Behavioral Economics, Decision Science, Political Economy
Dan Connolly is a PhD student in Behavioral Decision Research in the Social and Decision Sciences department at Carnegie Mellon University. At SDS, his research focuses on the role of memory in decision making and behavioral political economy. Prior to his PhD studies, Dan spent several years at ideas42, an applied behavioral science nonprofit, where he worked on designing interventions in education, criminal justice, and voter turnout. Dan holds a BA in economics and psychology from Cornell University.