I am passionately dedicated to researching the behavioural aspects of climate change adaptation, particularly on individuals who have experienced extreme weather events. 

My primary research approach involves conducting experiments and integrating insights from psychology, economics, and planning studies to provide a more comprehensive understanding of adaptation behaviours, especially in challenging decision-making contexts. 

This research serves a dual purpose: guiding the development of interventions that promote pro-environmental behaviours and offering valuable insights for stakeholders involved in climate change adaptation initiatives.


Research interests

Behavioural economics, Experimental economics, Environmental economics, Public policy



Leibniz University Hannover, Institute of Environmental Planning 

Aimed academic degree: Doctor of Philosophy (Dr. phil.)

Tecnologico de Monterrey, School of Government and Public Transformation

PhD in Public Policy 

Tilburg University, Economics Department

MSc in Economics with Specialization in Behavioural Economics

Tecnologico de Monterrey, Economics Department

BA in Economics