Behavioral economics with focus on health economics 

I use insights from behavioral economics, psychology and neuroscience to explore topics in health economics and public economics. Much of my research has an applied policy focus but I am also interested in exploring more general aspects of everyday decision-making, for example how behavior is influenced by biological factors.


Much of my work focuses on how emotions and cognitive biases influence individuals’ decision-making, and I investigate the implications of these effects for policy design.

Some topics I find interesting:

  • The role of moral emotions in rationing of healthcare
  • The psychology of democratic decision-making
  • Opportunity cost neglect in public policy
  • The effect of decision fatigue on doctors’ decision-making

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