‹ Back to overview
I am an interdisciplinary researcher and my main research interests lie at the intersection of Economics, Political Science, and Psychology. I strongly believe that insights from Psychology and Political Science can help us bear on important economic and social phenomena enriching our understanding of human behavior. My research projects can be broadly divided into 2 streams: the study of elections and voting behavior, and decision and game theory. I have harmonized different research methods, combining laboratory and field experiments, the measurement of process data in the form decision times, and formal modeling.