I am an assistant professor in microeconomics at Utrecht University, and also hold a small position as postdoctoral researcher at the Environmental Economics and Natural Resources Group and the Urban Economics Group at Wageningen University.
I am a game theorist and experimental economist interested in the behavioral factors explaining decision making. In my current research, I explore consumers’ food choices and aim to identify behavioral tools that encourage healthy and sustainable behavior.
In 2016, I obtained my PhD in economics at the School of Economics at Utrecht University. In my dissertation, I studied competing auctions and the behavioral traits underpinning competitive behavior in auctions. I also worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Sociology at Utrecht University, where I studied trust in the sharing economy.