Personal profile

Research interests

His research interest lies at the intersection of financial accounting, corporate governance, and executive compensation. He studies the information asymmetry among corporate insiders and capital providers, and the role of executive compensation contracts in the context of these information asymmetries. He is interested in corporate decisions to (re-)contract with executives, decisions about specific contract features, and how corporate contracting decisions provide context for value-relevant information signals to capital providers. More specifically, he is interested in insider trading, insider ownership, executive succession, contract negotiation, the timing of equity grants, and executive compensation disclosure choices.


Assistant Professor, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands, Sept 2021 - present

PhD Candidate, University of Amsterdam Business Schools, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Sept 2016 - Aug 2021

Visiting PhD Researcher, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA, Aug 2019 - Jun 2021

Executive Compensation Research Assistant, EY, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Feb 2016 - Jul 2016

Current courses

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Education/Academic qualification

Masters Degree (Cum laude), Accounting and Control, Erasmus School of Economics, The Netherlands


Bachelor of Science in Finance and Accounting, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary