I am assistant professor of Ethics and Political Philosophy at Tilburg University.
I completed my PhD in Philosophy at Tilburg University. Before that, I did an MA at Erasmus University, an MSc at the Stockholm School of Economics, and a BA at University College Utrecht.
I have held positions at Utrecht University and Erasmus University Rotterdam. I have been on research visits to Oxford, Pompeu Fabra University, and Yale.
My research is in moral and political philosophy. I mainly work on topics in distributive justice, particularly on desert, egalitarianism, and property. I also have a research interest in the ethics of markets, the meaning and future of work, moral status, personal identity, the value of life and death, and wellbeing.
I am currently working on a monograph on meritocracy that will initially appear in Dutch, titled Je verdiende loon? and a number of papers on desert and luck egalitarianism.
I am happy to supervise BA and MA theses on various areas within contemporary ethics. I am particularly interested in debates about desert, egalitarianism, and property–but am also willing to supervise theses on the ethics of markets, the meaning and future of work, moral status, personal identity, the value of life and death, and wellbeing. Please feel free to get in touch to discuss possible thesis topics.