I am a Ph.D. candidate and Research Assistant in Agricultural Economics Department at Texas A&M University. I am also the Senior Lab Manager at Human Behavior Lab.
My research spans understanding behavioral aspects of economic decision-making, incorporating biometric data into economic models, improving predictions on decision outcomes by utilizing Machine Learning tools and using applied econometric methods to answer empirical questions. Currently, my work scrutinizes behavioral underpinnings of food choices. Understanding of food choices constitutes the main chunk of my doctoral dissertation which was granted with NSF research award.
My Google Scholar profile.
Ph.D., Agricultural Economics. May, 2020 (Expected). Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
M.S., Economics. August, 2014. Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
M.A., Economics. August, 2010. Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
B.A., International Economics. June, 2008. Azerbaijan State University of Economics, Baku, Azerbaijan
• Research Assistant of Dr. Marco Palma in Agricultural Economics Department at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas (September 2015 – present)
• Research Assistant of Dr. Desmond Ng in Agricultural Economics Department at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas (May 2015 – September 2015)
• Research Expert at Economic Research Center, Baku, Azerbaijan (January 2012- July 2012)
• Lead Researcher at Institute of Economic Reforms, Baku, Azerbaijan (August, 2010 – December 2011)
• Diploma Intern at Ministry of Economic Development, Baku, Azerbaijan (February 2008- June 2008)
• Texas A&M University
Co-instructor, Research Methodology, AGEC 607 (Fall, 2019)
• Azerbaijan State Economic University
Lecturer, Introductory Econometrics (spring, 2012)
• Caucasus University
Lecturer, European Economy (spring, 2012)