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I am a post-doctoral researcher at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (TILT) on the ERC Starting Grant project on "Understanding information for legal protection of people against information-induced harms" (INFO-LEG) led by Nadya Purtova.
My research mainly concerns privacy choices in the wake of Big Data. Using behavioral microeconomic modeling as well as laboratory experiments, I focus in particular on the effects of limited strategic sophistication of consumers.
Forthcoming Publication: On October 15, 2018, the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management made my forthcoming publication on Climate Policy Commitment Devices (co-authored with R. Gerlagh, S. Trautmann, G. v.d. Kuilen) available online.
On December 1, 2017, the public Ph.D. Defense of my dissertation Economic Essays on Privacy, Big Data, and Climate Change took place at Tilburg University. (Supervisors: Jens Prüfer and Jan Potters)
A summary of my job market paper was featured in the series of guest posts from job market candidates on the website of SIOE: Why you might want to pay for privacy even if you think you have "nothing to hide". (Nov 2016)