Senior lecturer in Behavioural Economics at Middlesex University, London, UK. Experimental economist. Studied economics and psychology at the universities of Amsterdam and Exeter. Did my PhD at the Center for Experimental Economics and Political Decision Making (CREED) at the Univerisity of Amsterdam. Worked previously as post-doc at the University of Kent at Canterbury, UK and at the University of Osnabrück, Germany. Interested in studying cooperative (and non-cooperative) behaviour, group decision-making and leadership.


- with Ismael Rodriguez Lara & Hernán Bejarano (2018) Do Negative Random Shocks Affect Trust and Trustworthiness?, Southern Economic Journal (pdf)
- with Edward Cartwright & Mark van Vugt (2013) Leadership By Example in the Weak Link Game, Economic Inquiry (pdf)
- with Edward Cartwright & Mark van Vugt (2011) Selfish or Servant Leadership? Evolutionary Predictions on Leadership Personalities in Coordination Games, Personality and Individual Differences (pdf)
- with Arthur Schram & Joep Sonnemans (2010) Cartel Formation and Pricing: the Effect of Managerial Decision-making Rules, International Journal of Industrial Organization (pdf)
- with Arthur Schram & Joep Sonnemans (2009) The Tragedy of the Commons Revisited: The Importance of Group Decision-Making, Journal of Public Economics (pdf)

working papers
- Voting For a Cartel as a Sign of Cooperativeness (2017) (Working Paper)
- with Edward Cartwright & Mark van Vugt (2010) Endogenous Leadership in a Coordination Game with Conflict of Interest and Asymmetric Information

phd thesis
- Groups in Economics

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Middlesex University
Business School
The Burroughs
NW4 4BT London
United Kingdom

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