Welcome to my website. Through it I would like to introduce you to my scholarly activities.
In my research, I am mainly interested in behavioural and experimental law and economics, economic analysis of criminal law, and public international law. I believe interdisciplinary approach can improve the quality of research and the usefulness of the achieved results. Therefore, I combine law, psychology, economics and experimental methods to conduct my research.
I am also involved in a project on Day Fines in Europe. For instance, I have created a unique interactive map of all day-fines models in Europe, see here.
I am an assistant professor and the Academic Coordinator of the European Doctorate in Law & Economics (EDLE), Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics (RILE), Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
For an overview of my research go to:
Received EUR Fellowship (135,000 euro) for a two-years research project on Nudges and Transperancy
Received the Journal of International Criminal Justice Prize 2017 for the article ‘Misidentification of Victims Under International Criminal Law: An Attempted Offence?', JICJ 15 (2017) 291-398. [The prize: € 2000 from the Journal, £300 in book tokens from Oxford University Press, and a year's subscription to the Journal].
The article "Can Nudges be Transparent and Yet Effective?“ was just published in the Journal of Economic Psychology 65 (2018), 41-59.
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