My Research

My main research interests lie in behavioral economics and the application of experimental methods (lab, online, field) with a particular focus on behavioral implications for policy making. I also conduct applied and empirical research on primary and secondary data.

EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS

PUBLIC ECONOMICS

POLICY MAKING

BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT

EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS

Lab Experiments

Field Experiments

Thought experiments (situational stated response surveys)

PUBLIC ECONOMICS

Taxation

  • Empowering consumers to reduce corporate tax avoidance (work in progress)
  • Disincentives and Redistribution: Experimental Evidence on a Dividend of Democracy (work in progress)

Social Mobility

  • Meritocracy and Social Mobility (work in progress)

POLICY MAKING

Transparency and information, liberal paternalism (nudging)

How to curb tax avoidance?

  • Empowering consumers to reduce corporate tax avoidance (work in progress)

BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT

Time delays / time pressure