I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Paris School of Economics where I use applied econometrics and behavioral reserach in the area of development economics. A lot of my work investigates insurance in low-income countries, with a special focus on health. In particular, I analyze different impact evaluations on health insurance provision in Pakistan. Additionally, I am interested in decisions under risk and uncertainty, as well as prosocial preferences. I conducted several large-scale impact evaluations, randomized control trials and behavioral experiments in the Philippines, Germany, Vietnam, China and Pakistan, all of them including primary data collection. Prior to joining PSE in 2016, I worked at University of Mannheim, Germany, from where I also hold a PhD.