Welcome to my website! 

I am a PhD Candidate under the supervision of Jens Prüfer and Jan Potters working at Tilburg University

As of June 1, 2017, I joined the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (TILT) as a researcher 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.


Primary Fields: Behavioral Economics, Industrial Organization, Law & Economics
Secondary Fields:  Applied Microeconomic Theory, Experimental Economics

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".