Carmen Wang is a PhD candidate in Business Economics at Harvard University. She works at the intersection of behavioral economics and market design. Her research explores designing markets for altruistic supplies, with direct application to redesigning current blood donation systems. Her work also aims to incorporate psychological factors in designing mechanisms, such as accommodating strategic mistakes in widely used strategy-proof mechanisms. She has conducted numerous lab, field and online experiments in her research. Prior to Harvard, Carmen worked at the Reserve Bank of Australia on economic policies of payment networks. Carmen holds a B Commerce (Hon) degree from the University of Sydney, Australia.