I am a researcher and lecturer at the Erasmus Happiness Economics Research Organization (EHERO) of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, and I serve on the board of directors of the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies (ISQOLS) and the scientific board of the Happiness Research Organisation.
My research focuses on the causes and consequences of happiness, particularly in relation to migration, economic behavior, and the workplace. I am particularly specialized in the happiness of migrants and the determinants of employee well-being.
I coordinate and teach in the minor Quality of Life and Happiness Economics and supervise Master's Theses at the Erasmus School of Economics.
My work is motivated by my commitment to developing and disseminating evidence-based information on human happiness to support policy makers and individuals in making informed decisions regarding happiness.
More information about my professional activities is available in my cv.