Alejandro Hirmas

Alejandro Hirmas

Postdoctoral researcher

University of Amsterdam

Alejandro Hirmas is a behavioral economist whose research explores the role of attention and cognitive processes on economic decision-making. His work spans a range of economic choices, including risky decisions, sustainability, and gender discrimination. Using novel statistical methods, Alejandro manages to disentangle different channels on how attention plays a role in the decision processes. He is currently working on the Trustpath project.

More information at Alejandro’s personal website.


  • Individual Differences
  • Visual Attention
  • Discrimination
  • Sustainability