I am now a PhD candidate in Economics at Tilburg University, starting in September 2019. My research fields are Behavioral and Experimental Economics.
I will be available for interviews on the 2023/2024 job market.
My current research interests are related, but not limited to other-regarding preferences, discrimination, and costly signaling, aimed at better interpreting human behavior and promoting social welfare by mechanism designs or behavioral nudges. My research target is applying behavioral economics to the real world, where theory can meet application.
Microeconomics for IBA, Macroeconomics for IBA