PhD in Behavioral and Development Economics, Erasmus University of Rotterdam
My research interests lie at the intersection of behavioral science and development economics. I am particularly interested in the behavioral dynamics that shape human cooperation, ethnic discrimination, and healthy behaviors. For instance, my work has tested behavioural and experimental instruments aiming to improve the wellbeing of marginalized populations in low- and high-income societies (review). Currently, I am a visiting scholar at the Center for Social Norms and Behavioral Dynamics.
PPE 474-302 Judgement & Decisions Capstone: Social & Behavioral Sciences in Development (Spring 2022)