About Me

I am a PHD candidate in Economics at the University of Amsterdam's Center of Research in Experimental Economics and Political Decision Making and the Tinbergen Institute. 

My work focusses on the field of behavioral economics, with a particular interest in social preferences, social ties, reciprocity, and risk perception. I usually work with lab based behavioral experiments. As part of an ongoing project I am also working with researchers from the neuroscience-field. I am constantly trying to add my little contribution to furthering the knowledge transfer between the fields of Economics, Social Psychology, and Neuroscience and am interested in what Economics can teach us about how and why people and organizations behave and function in the way they do.

Photo: Volker Lannert