I have just defended my PhD in the Evidence-based-Economics Program at LMU Munich, supervised by Martin Kocher and Florian Englmaier.

My main research interests lie in the intersection of behavioral and development economics. I use experimental methods ranging from lab to field and combine them with survey and administrative data to study fundamental and applied questions. Read more about my research or discuss with me during one of the next conferences.

Since May 2017, I am the laboratory manager of MELESSA, the Munich Experimental Laboratory for Economic and Social Sciences, and I have recently been affiliated with the Collaborative Research Center Transregio “Rationality and Competition. Since 2013, I have been working as a teaching assistant.  You can download the current version of my CV here.

I also coordinate the Munich Development Economics Group, please feel free to sign up here for the emailing list to learn more about our meetings and workshops.