Kristóf Madarász is Associate Professor of Managerial Economics at the London School of Economics. Madarasz' research spans a variety of topics in behavioral economics and microeconomics. He has explored projective social beliefs and their implications to organizations, negotiations, and regulation, model misspecification in mechanism design, issues of disclosure and privacy, as well as, psychological aspects of pricing. Previously, he was David Eccles Fellow and Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Utah, and held visiting positions at Harvard, the Federal Reserve Bank, and the College of Europe. He is an affiliate of CEPR and obtained his PhD from UC Berkeley.