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As a behavioral economist (Ph.D. 2014), I study how people make decisions and how they can be motivated or nudged to "do the right thing." I aspire to increase the welfare of individuals and society through behavioral insights and evidence-based decision-making.
I am currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics at the University of Copenhagen. I am affiliated with the Center for Economic Behavior and Inequality (CEBI), I am the director of the Copenhagen Experimental Laboratory and I lead a research group called TRIBE for students interested in behavioral economics.