I am research assistant (tenured) at the Freie Universität Berlin. I am co-ordinating the B.Sc. VWL (Economics) at my University.
My research interests are Structural Econometrics, Behavioral Economics, and Labor Economics. I am especially interested in how individuals make decisions over their life-cycle and how behavioral elements impact these choices. I develop new strategies to recover parameters of interest from standard administrative and survey data. Most often, I rely on policy environments and natural experiments for identification. Topic-wise, I am interested in household decisions and how the costs of having children can be more equally distributed across society.