I recently obtained my PhD in Economic Psychology. For my PhD dissertation, I investigated greed in economic, financial and social decision-making. My supervisors were M. Zeelenberg and S.M. Breugelmans. My dissertation included, for example: greed in (experimental) assets markets, greed and social contacts, and greed and socioeconomic outcomes. Current projects include: greed and mindfulness, greed and risk-taking and greed and taxation. As lecturer at the Social Psychology department, I teach courses such as Social Psychology of Group Dynamics and Consumer Behavior.