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I am a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at the University of Munich, primarily interested in behavioral and development economics. My supervisor is Martin Kocher.
With my research, I want to understand how social preferences, risk & time preferences and norms influence individual and group decision making and which consequences arise for institutional or product design. My research projects tackle questions of dishonesty in groups, microfinance design (commitment-flexibility tradeoff as well as moral hazard) and high-stakes non-monetary decisions.
To answer these questions, I use experimental methods, ranging from the lab to RCTs. Some of my experimental data, I augment with survey data.