Katerina is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University in Prague. Katerina’s research seeks to understand the factors that determine human behavior and decision-making process by designing and running economic experiments. She is especially interested in how insights derived from behavioral and social science can be applied in the public sector to improve outcomes by helping people to make better decisions. Her current projects involve fields of public media, health, and the environment. She also works as an analyst at the Institute of Health Economics and Technology Assessment, a non-profit organization that supports research and education in economics and public health in the Czech Republic and promotes evidence-based policies. Besides this, she is an environmental activist and serves as a volunteer firefighter.