Todd is a professor in the Department of Economics at Duke University. His research focuses on microeconomic theory, decision theory, and behavioral economics. His interests include modeling psychological phenomenon such as regret and temptation, cognitive constraints and bounded rationality, and attitudes toward risk in dynamic environments. He has received grants from the National Science Foundation, and his most recent work has been published in Econometrica, Review of Economic Studies, Theoretical Economics, and Journal of Economic Theory.
Todd currently serves as a co-editor at Theoretical Economics. It is an open access journal run by the Econometric Society and has an average turnaround time of about 50 days. Please consider submitting your best papers in pure and applied theory.