I received my Ph.D. in economics from Duke University and completed postdocs at the European University Institute and WZB Berlin before taking up my current position as Associate Professor (tenure track) at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH). My main research interests are in Applied Microeconomic Theory, Experimental Economics, Political Economy, Public Choice, Development and Behavioral Economics. Currently, the topics I am working on include the dynamics of institutional transition, the determinants of between-group cooperation/discrimination, and normative analysis of collective choice.
The Impact of Forced Migration on In-Group and Out-Group Social Capital (2022)
Joint with Anselm Hager.
Strategic Communication in Committees with Mixed Motives (2022)
RAND. Joint with Yves Breitmoser.
When Voters Like to be Right (2021)
JET. Joint with Rune Midjord and Tomás Rodríguez Barraquer.
Optimal Decision Rules in Multilateral Aid Funds (2021)
Review of International Organizations. Joint with Axel Dreher and Jenny Simon.
Social Polarization and Political Selection in Representative Democracies (2019)
JEBO. Joint with Dominik Duell.
Dynamic Reform of Public Institutions (2018)
Journal of Public Economics.
Norwegian School of Economics (NHH)
Department of Economics
5045 Bergen (Norway)