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I am a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Department of Economics of the University of Chicago, working in John List's team. I obtained my PhD degree from the University of Amsterdam under the supervision of Mirjam van Praag and Randolph Sloof. In July 2019, I will be joining Nesta's Innovation Growth Lab.
I am an applied microeconomist with a keen interest in organizational behavior. I seek to understand and improve incentive schemes and evaluation processes. I am particularly interested in exploring women’s labor market outcomes from a behavioral perspective. In recent work, I document the unintended negative consequences of loss framed incentives. I also study the penalty in subjective managerial evaluations associated with working part-time.
All my research projects are based on novel data, obtained in partnership with companies or generated in laboratory and field experiments. Besides using experiments as a tool to answer particular research questions, I am also passionate about advancing experimental social science as a field. I work on identifying and promoting actionable steps to improve the reliability of experimental findings.