Since October 2013 I am a Ph.D. student at the Freie Universität Berlin (Germany), where I am research fellow of the DFG research training group “Interdependencies in the regulation of markets” (RTG 1659) as well as member of the Berlin Doctoral Program of Economics and Management Science (BDPEMS). Before, I have studied International Economics (Master) at the University of Potsdam (Germany) as well as Economics and Political Science (Bachelor) at the Georg-August University Göttingen (Germany). My research interests are Empirical Labor Economics and Behavioral Economics with special focus on Economic Psychology and the Economics of Personality Traits.
In my leisure time, I am very involved with the German Red Cross (DRK) in multiple voluntary positions and very closely bounded to this organization and its work. Currently I am vice-president and head of the voluntary social services of the DRK district association Brandenburg an der Havel as well as associate chairperson of the expert committee voluntary social services of the DRK state association Brandenburg (federal state).
On the next pages you will find some information about me, my research interests and current projects as well as private interests.
Please find a detailed CV here.