Short bio

I am employed as a postdoctoral researcher at DaCHE – Danish Centre for Health Economics. I hold an MSc in Economics from University of Copenhagen and a PhD in Economics from University of Southern Denmark.

During my PhD studies I spent a semester as a visiting research student at Centre for Health Economics, University of Manchester. I also worked as a special advisor at COHERE Analysis. Prior to my enrolment as a PhD student I worked as a project manager at KORA – Danish Institute for Local and Regional Government Research (now VIVE). At KORA I did research on the Danish health care sector, performing economic evaluations of various health policy initiatives using register data.

My current research is focused on the market for health care services. More specifically, financial incentive schemes targeted health care professionals, health care professionals’ motivational profiles, and inequality in patients’ access to care. I develop theoretical models and perform quantitative analyses using data from both administrative registers and laboratory experiments.

I am also a member of the BEH net – Behavioural Experiments in Health, iHEA, NHESG, and the Odense Risk Group.

For more information please find a copy of my CV here.