I am Quentin André, an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Rotterdam School of Management, the Netherlands.

My research focuses on judgment and decision making in general, with a special interest in consumer financial decision making, numerical cognition, and probabilistic reasoning.

I design and program behavioral tasks to explore consumers' judgment and decisions across a variety of contexts. Some of my research interests include:

  • How do people budget with restricted resources (such as food stamps)?
  • How do people form beliefs about the distribution of numerical variables (e.g., prices) in their environment?
  • When do market trends lead to illusory learning and overconfidence?

You can learn more about those projects here.

I am also a programmer and an open-source advocate. I am constantly developing tools to collect and analyze data, or to illustrate important concepts in the classroom. You can learn more about those tools here.