Jeroen Nieboer is a behavioural economist specialising in consumer financial decision-making. He has been affiliated with the LSE since 2013, when he joined the Department of Social Policy as the principal researcher on a project funded by the AXA Research Fund. He subsequently joined the Financial Conduct Authority to work in the Behavioural Economics and Data Science team, focusing on programme evaluation and the design of behaviourally informed consumer policy. He is currently the Behavioural Research Lead at the Commonwealth Bank Australia but continues to teach at the Department, on the Executive MSc in Behavioural Science and various MSc programmes.
Jeroen has worked on a wide range of topics, including retail finance advice, consumer credit, consumer financial wellbeing and the design of experiments for policy. He has collaborated with the Behavioural Insights Team and acted as a consultant to various for-profit and not-for-profit organisations. He also occasionally gets to study social influence on decision-making, a topic that has fascinated him for many years.