I am an enthusiastic PhD student in Behavioral Economics at CREED (Amsterdam School of Economics) under the supervision of Theo Offerman and Randolph Sloof.
I have a background in mathematics and statistics which allows me to combine game theory with lab experiments as well as econometric analysis of field data in my research.
Most of my work is related to the dichotomy between honest and dishonest communication.
More broadly, I am interested in incorporating and testing insights from psychology and other social sciences in theoretical models as well as experiments.
I am a strong believer in reproducability of academic research.
To this end, I include data and code for all my papers on my Github profile.
I am passionate about teaching and I find bringing students in touch with state-of-the-art ongoing research a fascinating endeavor.
Feel free to read my CV.