David Munguia Gomez studies decisions about allocating rewards and opportunities, such as college admission and employment. He focuses on the ethical tensions that arise when considering applicants’ merit and circumstances, as well as the inferences that people draw about applicants based on their (dis)advantageous circumstances. David employs a variety of methods in his research, including lab experiments, field surveys, and interviews. His research has appeared in top management and psychology journals and has received best paper awards.
David has a PhD in behavioral science from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business and an AB in Psychology from Princeton University.
PhD, Booth School of Business, University of Chicago, 2023