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Benjamin Manning

PhD Candidate

Benjamin is a Ph.D. student at MIT Sloan in the Information Technology group. He is interested in behavioral economics and how researchers can use generative AI to improve experimental methodology.

Before MIT, Benjamin worked as a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, conducting large-scale randomized controlled trials and studying bias in researcher decision-making. He has a master’s degree in public policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Washington University in St. Louis.