Bouke Klein Teeselink



About

I'm a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Economics at the Department of Political Economy at King's College London.  

My research interests are on the intersection between behavioral economics, applied microeconomics, and political economy. I use large data sets from e.g. charitable donations, medication purchases, BLM protests, and game shows to study topics such as polarization, own-gender favoritism, and transaction utility theory. Other research interests include endogenous preferences and the external validity of lab/survey research.

If you are a (prospective) PhD candidate and would like to learn more about my research or explore opportunities for collaboration, please reach out and I'll be happy to have a chat.