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I am broadly interested in Human-Computer Interaction. My research focuses on understanding, designing and developing technologies that enable people to communicate and interact in ways that are efficient and welfare-improving. My dissertation topic is on using economic markets to support interpersonal information exchange. I have spent some time exploring how monetary payments affect question and answer (Q&A) communities. I am also interested in designing technologies that encourage prosocial behavior (prosocial computing)