Welcome! I am an Associate Professor of Political Science at Florida State University, where I am also a Courtesy Professor of Economics and an active member of the Experimental Social Science Cluster. I received my Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Amsterdam and the Tinbergen Institute, the Netherlands. My main research interests are in Political Economy, Laboratory Experiments, and (Behavioral) Game Theory.


+++  "Candidate entry and political polarization: An experimental study" (with Tom Palfrey). American Political Science Review 103(1), 2019, 209-25  PDF +++
+++  "Standing versus ad hoc committees with costly information acquisition" (with Michael Seebauer). Revise & Resubmit at Experimental Economics  PDF +++