I am an Assistant Professor (Juniorprofessor) at the University of Göttingen 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 the Economics Department in Göttingen, I worked at Paris School of Economics and University of Mannheim, Germany, from where I also hold a PhD.