is an economist at the Institute of Human Obsolescence, investigating the demise of the economic role of humans in the production process and it’s social and political consequences. He is a PhD candidate in the Economics and Governance of Online Privacy at Delft University of Technology, researching the future of privacy in a world where personal data is becoming the dominant economical asset. As an activist, he is board member of Noodzaak, an NGO that provides housing for undocumented migrants through a new cooperative model, by sharing the use of otherwise vacant space, by migrants and active citizens. He writes on socio-political issues and participates in movements such as Artists in Occupy Amsterdam. He has been the CEO of a family business and studied Economics at Netspar at Tilburg University and Philosophy of Economics at Erasmus University, The Netherlands, and has been a visiting scholar at London School of Economics Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science (CPNSS).