Brice Cooke’s work spans the behavioral economics portfolio.

In one realm, this work focuses on using lab-style experiments to reverse-engineer previously evaluated interventions to investigate the cognitive and judgement and decision-making mechanisms that drive results. In another realm, this work seeks to leverage lessons from behavioral economics and cognitive psychology to develop and evaluate new interventions for the crime domain.

Previously, Brice did research in experimental economics, with business school faculty, and in sociology labs. Brice holds a BA in mathematics and economics from Cornell University.