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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.

You can find more information on my projects here. Feel free to contact me for the most recent versions of the working papers.