My research mostly addresses investigating consumer preferences, particularly with the use of non-market valuation methods to model them and their heterogeneity. I am interested in both methodological improvements in the stated and revealed preference methods and their applications − usually dealing with public goods and policy, especially in the field of environmental economics.


See the list of my major publications and working papers. If you have comments, questions or have difficulties accessing any of them, please contact me.

See the list of my most recent contributions at conferences to get slide shows or papers.

General estimation packages, including most state-of-the-art Discrete Choice Experiment models.

Datasets, codes and supplementary materials accompanying my papers.