Welcome to my website. I am an Assistant Professor in the Economics department at Tilburg University, primarily interested in behavioral & experimental economics, public policy & political economy, and behavioral & experimental finance.
With my research, I seek to understand how insights from behavioral economics influence behavior in questions of public policy, political economy, as well as finance and firm organization. In the past, I have predominantly used secondary data, as well as laboratory & field experiments.
06/01/2018: My paper “Shocking Racial Attitudes: Black G.I.s in Europe” (with Mark Westcott) has been awarded the Best Paper Award at the 2018 Young Economists’ Meeting in Brno.
04/29/2018: My paper “Risk, Time Pressure & Selection Effects” has been accepted for publication in Experimental Economics.
02/17/2018: Please find links to three new working papers in the research section.
11/08/2017: I have been awarded the Heinz Sauermann-Preis for the best experimental economics PhD thesis at a German speaking university.
08/23/2017: I have been awarded the Econometric Society’s European Meetings Best Paper Award 2017 for my paper “Dynamics in Gun Ownership and Crime: Evidence from the Aftermath of Sandy Hook” (with Christoph Koenig).