Research group



  • My research interests lie in the intersection of Economics, Political Science, and Psychology. I work on two interdependent research lines. 1. I pursue a data-driven approach to study the decision processes that shape economic behavior. I utilize insights from dual-process theories of the mind and response times to uncover decision processes. 2. I study alternative electoral systems and I develop methods to trace preferences of voters and political parties. More recent research activities focus on how to reconcile conflicting interests in collective decision-making and how power asymmetries influence committee decision making.