I am a PhD researcher in Accounting at Tilburg University. Prior to starting my PhD, I obtained a BSc in International Business Administration, a MSc in Accountancy, and a Research Master in Business (MPhil), all at Tilburg University.
My research interests are in behavioral accounting research, primarily applied to the fields of auditing and taxation. My current research projects involve studying determinants of high-quality judgments and decision-making in audit firms. Next to that, I am interested in the consequences of corporate tax planning for firms and their investors. My research has been published in Maandblad voor Accountancy en Bedrijfseconomie (MAB), and covered by various news outlets, including the Financial Times, Accountant.nl, AccountantWeek.nl, and WHU Knowledge.
Auditing, Tax Avoidance, Audit Quality, Judgment and Decision-Making
I enjoy teaching Introduction to Bookkeeping (in Dutch) to Bachelor students, and supervising Master students in replicating a scientific article.
My PhD is co-funded by a grant from the Foundation for Auditing Research. More information on the research project that I am doing can be found here.