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Home | People | Martijn de Vries

Martijn de Vries

Candidate Fellow

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Research field
Asset Pricing, Behavioral Finance, Finance, Pensions


Martijn de Vries is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam who specializes in behavioral finance or financial decision making. In his research, Martijn analyzes the role of non-standard beliefs and preferences for understanding both investor behavior and the dynamics of financial markets. This includes ambiguity aversion, risk seeking behavior and limited attention. Additionally, Martijn is a research fellow at the network for studies on pensions, aging and retirement (Netspar). In his work for Netspar, he applies the insights of financial decision making theory to improve pension investments.