Assistant Professor, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, School of Business & Economics; Research Fellow, Tinbergen Institute; Faculty member, Amsterdam University College; Managing Editor, Water Resources & Economics.
My research is on cooperation and conflict in the management and conservation of water, nature and climate. I use a variety of research methods including tools and models from game theory, political economy, and experimental economics.
Selected publications and recent papers are listed below. Please email me if you do not have access. Download my publication list or see my Google Scholar page for a complete overview of my publications.
Common pool resources with support
International environmental agreements with support
→ see Spatial Economics blog
Cooperation in watershed management: A field experiment on location, trust, and enforcement
River coalitions and water trade
The economics of violence in natural states
Sustainable agreements on stochastic river flow
Composition properties in the river claims problem
→ see E-International Relations summary
The influence of legitimacy perceptions on cooperation: A framed field experiment
Sequential sharing rules for river sharing problems
Conservation auctions, collusion and the endowment effect
Buyouts and agglomeration bonuses in wildlife corridor auctions