Nina joined the Center for Advanced Hindsight in November 2017 and focuses on applied behavioral economics research in the field of health and finance. She received her MA in International and Development Economics from Yale University and her MSc in Behavioral Economics from Tilburg University in the Netherlands.
She is fascinated by human behavior and decision-making, and enjoys learning when and how people deviate from rationality. In particular, Nina’s research interests include time inconsistent preferences, strategic behavior and nudging. In her free time, Nina enjoys cooking, traveling and playing lacrosse.