Welcome to My Website

I am a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Economics at the University of Hohenheim, Germany.

My research focus is Applied Microeconometrics, concentrated on Public, Labor/Education, and Health, with a particular interest in Policy Evaluation.
You can find a recent interview (in German) about my research here.

During spring and summer 2018, I'm visiting CReAM at UCL.


Forthcoming: "The Importance of Tax Adjustments when Evaluating Wage Expectations", joint with Stefan Klößner, The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 2017.

Forthcoming: "Comparative Politics and the Synthetic Control Method Revisited: A Note on Abadie et al. (2015)", joint with Stefan Klößner, Ashok Kaul, and Manuel Schieler, Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics, 2017.

Published: "Outside the Box: Using Synthetic Control Methods as a Forecasting Technique", joint with Stefan Klößner, Applied Economics Letters, 2018, 25:9, 615-618 (downloadable here).

Published: "The Incidence of Cash for Clunkers: Evidence from the 2009 Car Scrappage Scheme in Germany", joint with Ashok Kaul and Stefan Witte, International Tax and Public Finance, 2016, 23, 1093-1125 (downloadable here).


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Contact Information

University of Hohenheim
Department of Economics
70593 Stuttgart

0049 711 459-22193