I am a PhD candidate at the Department of Economics, Tilburg University, under the supervision of Prof. dr. Eric van Damme and Dr. ir. Bert Willems. I am also a junior member of Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC).
I received a BA in Economics from Thammasat University (Thailand) and an MSc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics from London School of Economics (UK).
My research interest is the industrial organization theory with a particular focus on digital platforms. Currently, I am working on the following projects:
1. Price Competition under Search with Inaccurate Recommendations
The paper studies how competition between sellers who sell horizontally differentiated products is affected when consumers receive inaccurate product recommendations.
2. Assessing the Long-run Effects of Conglomerate Mergers in Digital Ecosystems (with Jasper van den Boom)
This paper studies the role of complementarity and economies of scope in creating long-run anti-competitive effects of conglomerate mergers involving digital ecosystems, from both economic and legal perspectives.
3. Compatibility and Vertical Differentiation
By incorporating an element of vertical differentiation, the paper shows that compatibility can hinder social welfare. This is in contrast with the traditional belief that compatibility is welfare-enhancing.
I am currently a TA for Economics 1 for IBA (bachelor), Methods: Game Theory 1 (MSc), Methods: Game Theory 2 (MSc), and Microeconomics 3 (Research Master) at Tilburg University.