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I am a PhD candidate at the department of Finance of the Vrije Universiteit under the supervision of Prof. Martijn van den Assem and Dr. Dennie van Dolder.
My research focuses on empirical behavioral economics and behavioral finance. My research lies on the intersection between economics, psychology, data science and applied econometrics. I study behavior in large, naturally occuring, often unconventional data sets, ranging from sports to game shows to car insurance.
I provide tutorials in Finance (2nd year undergraduate). In this course we build the foundation for the study of corporate finance and investments. The focus is on financial decision-making in theory and practice. Our coverage of core finance topics includes: i) capital budgeting, ii) asset pricing, and iii) financial investment.
I provide tutorials in Investments (3rd year undergraduate). I teach students to translate theoretical concepts into practical applications with the help of weekly Excel and Stata assignments. The course is structured in four broad parts, covering fundamental areas of investments: Portfolio Theory and Asset Pricing; Empirical Evidence on Security Returns and Portfolio Management; Fixed-Income Securities; and Options, Futures and Other Derivatives.
I supervise 3rd year undergraduate economics and finance students in writing their BSc thesis. I primarily supervise topics related to behavioral finance and economics.
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