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I am an Assistant Professor in Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Research Affiliate at Gothenburg Universiy, IZA and CEPR (Labour Economics Programme).


My research interests are labor economics, educational economics and the economics of crime. I study these topics mainly using natural and field experiments.


Vetenskapsradet (VR) program grant (2018-2020) for the project “Criminal victimization and risk factors”, principal investigator: 4,800,000 SEK (approx. €490,000)

Jan Wallanders and Tom Hedelius stiftelse program grant (2017-2020), principal investigator: 1,200,000 SEK (approx. €120,000)

Browaldh Research fellowship (max 6 years fully funded wages) (2015-2019)

NWO research talent (2012-2015) for three-year PhD position: €150,000

Funding for field experiment sunk-cost effects (2012), Spearhead Behavioral Economics: €25,000

Tinbergen Institute, full scholarship (2010-2011): €13,000


Prizes and Awards

Joop Hartog Thesis award for best PhD Thesis, faculty of Economics of the University of Amsterdam, 2018: €1,250

Award for best master thesis, Economics faculty of the University of Amsterdam, 2009: €750

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Organizer weekly empirical micro seminar at Tinbergen Institute

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Academic qualification

Economics, PhD, Universiteit van Amsterdam

1 Sep 20111 Jun 2015

Award Date: 21 Jan 2016


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