I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE) at HHU Düsseldorf. In addition, I am affiliated with the FAIR Center of Excellence, an IZA Research Affiliate, a CEPR Research Affiliate, a CESifo Research Network Affiliate, and a Research Fellow at CIDER.
I am a behavioral and experimental economist focusing on topics in labor, education, and the formation of (noncognitive) skills. More recently, I have worked on the importance of early child care for life outcomes and inequality. In addition, I have projects in the areas of digital learning as well as paternalistic decision making. For my work, I mainly use field experiments but I also conduct lab, lab-in-the-field, and survey experiments. I studied Economics and Psychology at the University of Mainz, where I also pursued my PhD (supervised by Daniel Schunk and Ernst Fehr).
I am happy about your interest in my work – I hope to provide an overview here on this website. You can also follow me on Twitter to stay updated about my research. If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact me or take a look at my CV.