I am a senior researcher at the Erasmus Happiness Economics Research Organization (EHERO) and an assistant professor of happiness economics at the Department of Applied Economics of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. In addition, I serve as an associate editor for the Journal of Happiness Studies and as an executive board member at the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies (ISQOLS).
My research focuses on the causes and consequences of happiness, particularly in relation to migration, work, and economic behavior. My work is motivated by my commitment to developing and disseminating evidence-based information on human happiness to support organizations, policy makers, and individuals in making informed decisions.
In addition to my academic work, I passionately do in-company research at various organizations to crack the codes behind employee happiness. More information about this EHERO specialism is available here. I also work with public institutions on improving societal happiness.
More information about my professional activities is available in my cv.