Ph.D. (Economics), University of Amsterdam & Tinbergen Institute, the Netherlands. Major research interests are in experimental economics and political science, game theory, political economy, collective action and voting, and decision-making between groups.
My research focuses on collective action and decision-making between groups, using game theory and laboratory experiments. Many of my research projects involve voting and voluntary public goods contributions. For example, we studied information aggregation in committees and the effects of public opinion polls on voter turnout and welfare. I am particularly interested in the design of economic and political institutions.
Research Methods in Political Science
Behavioral Game Theory (Formal Theory IV)