Daniel Reck, LSE
Daniel Reck is Assistant Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics. His research interests are primarily in behavioral welfare economics and public economics. More broadly, he takes an interest in the combination of administrative datasets and theoretical reasoning to study a variety of topics in applied microeconomics. His recent research projects include the effect of recent enforcement efforts on tax evasion via offshore accounts in the US, the development and application of tools for recovering preferences from choice data when seemingly arbitrary factors like defaults affect choice, the optimal design of defaults, and the effects of minimum wage rules on youth employment.