My early professional background is in economics. I have a Master's degree in Economics from the Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and worked as an economist for seven years, mostly in United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) projects in the Ministry of Economy, Buenos Aires, Argentina. While doing my Masters in Economics, I became interested in philosophical questions concerning the foundations of economics. I then went to King's College London where I completed an MA in Philosophy and a PhD in Philosophy with a thesis entitled 'Rationality, Deliberation and Dynamic Choice'. During my time as a PhD student I was awarded one of the 'Mind' Postgraduate Studentships and was part-time editorial assistant for 'Mind - A Quarterly Review of Philosophy'. I was also made a Visiting Fellow in the Department of Economics at the Universidad Nacional de la Plata (UNLP), Argentina. My research lies at the intersection of economics and philosophy. I have research interests in Decision Theory, Sequential Choice, Expected-Utility Violations, Reason-Based Choice, Rationality, Practical Reasoning and Moral Psychology. I have been working at the Forum for European Philosophy since June 2006.