I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Chair of Microeconomic Theory at TU Dortmund, Germany.

My research interests include Behavioral Economics, Microeconomic Theory, Industrial Organization, Game Theory, and Information Economics. My research focuses on applying insights from behavioral economics to better understand human behavior in markets. I am particularly interested in understanding impediments to informed decision-making: information avoidance, as well as imperfect use of available information.

My most recent work looks into the implications of the access motive for insurance purchase, an alternative to risk aversion as the sole driver of insurance behavior.

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