Welcome to my website. I am currently a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at the University of Munich, primarily interested in behavioral & experimental economics, public policy & political economy, and behavioral & experimental finance.
With my research, I seek to understand how insights from behavioral economics influence behavior in questions of public policy, political economy, as well as finance and firm organization. In the past, I have predominantly used secondary data, as well as laboratory & field experiments. My primary adviser is Martin Kocher.
My experimental work is mainly conducted at MELESSA, the Munich Experimental Laboratory for Economic and Social Sciences, of which I am also the lab manager.