I am currently a PhD student at the Paris School of Economics under the supervision of Olivier Compte and Philippe Jehiel. My main research interests are behavioral game theory, bounded rationality, experimental economics, social identity and diversity. I will be on the European and International Job Market in 2021-2022.
In my current research I study how cognitive limitations can drive behavior that facilitates inequalities and the lack of diversity through our social identities and the social context in which we make decisions. With this knowledge, I do not only want to enhance our understanding of society, but also improve policy and develop tools for people with which they could improve their own behavior and environment.
I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Econometrics and Operations Research and a Master’s degree in Econometrics and Management Science from the Erasmus University Rotterdam, and a Graduate degree in Economics from the Paris School of Economics. I previously worked as an econometrician at the Dutch central bank and I was a visiting student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) during spring semester 2020. See my full CV for further details.
In my free time, I am an enthusiastic musician, dancer, reader and tennis player who loves good food and a long walk with my dog.