I am an Assistant Professor of Agribusiness and Experimental Economics in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology at Auburn University.
In general, my research focuses on understanding the behavioral foundations of economic decision-making using biometric process-data to answer policy-centered empirical questions. Check my CV for the list of peer-reviewed publications.
Select Working Papers:
 ChatGPT and the Labor Market: Unraveling the Effect of AI Discussions on Students’ Earnings Expectations. [link]
 Climbing the Social Ladder: How Rankings Shape Financial Risk-Taking. (with Wanqi Liang and Fariz Huseynov) [link]
 Optimistic Price Expectations. (with Charles Martinez and Mykel Taylor) [link]
 The Role of Recency Bias and Price Salience in Insurance Take-up Decisions. (with Chris Boyer, Charles Martinez, Andrew Griffith, and Karen DeLong) [link]
 Temptation and Choice Inconsistency. (with Ghufran Ahmad, Marco A. Palma, and Rodolfo Nayga) [link]
My email: szh0158 at auburn.edu; My Twitter handle: @huseynovecon