I am a PhD researcher in the department of Environmental Economics of the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM) at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. My main interests are experimental economics and behavioral economics. My PhD project aims at improving individual flood-preparedness by finding the determinants of individual decisions to invest in flood damage mitigation measures.
I have a research master in Neuroeconomics from Maastricht University, with a particular focus on experimental economics and behavioural economics. My MSc thesis examined the possibilities of virtual reality (VR) as a new tool in experimental economics.
MSc in Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience (Research Master, Neuroeconomics), 2016
BSc in Liberal Arts & Sciences (Social Sciences), 2014
Flood risk misperceptions. With Wouter Botzen, Julia Blasch and Hans de Moel.
Social norms for flood preparedness. With Wouter Botzen, Julia Blasch, Elissa Kranzler and Howard Kunreuther.