Doctoral candidate in Economics

University of Bremen

I am a Doctoral candidate in Economics at the University of Bremen. My primary research fields are behavioral economics and the economics of digitization. I am specifically interested in exploring the economic implications of digital transformation, with a focus on platforms, regulation, and welfare. Methodologically, I usually work with observational data and conduct online, laboratory, and field experiments.

Currently, I am visiting the Department of Microeconomics and Public Economics at Maastricht University.

You can download my CV here.


  • Behavioral Economics
  • Economics of Digitization
  • Applied Microeconomics
  • Industrial Organization


  • MSc in Economics, 2017

    Trier University

  • BSc in Social Sciences, 2014

    Trier University


(2022). The local bias in equity crowdfunding: Behavioral anomaly or rational preference?. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 31(3): 693-733.


(2022). Are sustainability-oriented investors different? Evidence from equity crowdfunding. The Journal of Technology Transfer, 47(6): 662–1689.


(2018). Equity crowdfunding in Germany and the United Kingdom: Follow-up funding and firm failure. Corporate Governance: An International Review, 26(5): 331-354.