Jeroen Nieboer is a behavioural economist specialising in consumer financial decision-making and choice under risk. He obtained his PhD from the University of Nottingham, where he used experimental methods to study risk-taking in groups. He subsequently moved to LSE as the principal investigator on a post-doctoral research project on financial decision-making (funded by the AXA Research Fund). During his post-doctoral fellowship, Jeroen also taught on LSE’s Executive MSc in Behavioural Science and Summer School in Judgement and Decision Making for Management.
Jeroen has acted as a consultant to various for-profit and not-for-profit organisations, including the Behavioural Insights Team, VISA Europe and PwC. In January 2016, Jeroen joined the Behavioural Economics and Data Science Unit at the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority. In his role as Technical Specialist, he focusses on programme evaluation and the design of behaviourally informed consumer policy.