My research delves into the intricacies of organizational systems and processes at the intersection of management science, organization science, complexity, business informatics, and economics. To study and comprehend the complex dynamics within organizations, I use simulation-based techniques, specifically agent-based modeling and simulation. My research aims to uncover the impact of incentives, task allocation, collaboration, and autonomy on organizational performance, and to examine the relationships between individuals, teams, and organizations. I am also interested in exploring the interplay of social norms and other factors on organizational behavior. To gain a more comprehensive understanding of the phenomena under study, I employ method triangulation. On this homepage, you will find information about some of my research interests.