Beforehand, I worked as a Senior Research Fellow (Postdoc) at the Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance (Department of Public Economics) in Munich (07/2015-08/2022). I have a Ph.D. in economics from CERGE-EI in Prague, Czech Republic (2016).
Primary: Behavioral and experimental economics
Secondary: Applied microeconomics, political economy, organizational economics, development economics
In my research, I focus mainly on the dark side of human social behavior, such as group biases, antisocial behavior, tax avoidance, and behavior under acute stress. I run economic experiments (lab-in-the-field, lab, field, and online) to study how social and institutional environment affect these types of behaviors.