About me

Always on the hunt for new, exotic data and cooperations in the field of economics of science.


Who I am and what I do.

I am researcher at INCHER-Kassel and University Kassel. In my economic research I apply a broad spectrum of methods ranging from simple regression models to machine learning approaches and text analysis to conduct research on topics that are of social as well as academic importance. My current work focus is on the topic of Economics of Science, Labour Market Reserach and Regional Economics.

Research Interests.

Economics of Science

Replication analysis

Labour market research

Economics of Innovation

Regional economcis

Method Interests.

Data disambiguation and linking

Classification methods

Text and web mining

Network analysis

Machine learning

Big Data

Work Experience.

Data Scientist at INCHER
(2019 – today)
Analysis of mass data in higher education.

Researcher at University of Kassel
(2015 – 2019)
Data driven research and teaching in the field of economic policy, innovation, and entrepreneurship.

Researcher at IAB Regionales Forschungsnetz
(2019 – 2019)
Analysis of process generated mass data, reporting and policy counselling.


PhD in Economics
2019: University of Kassel
Emphases: Empirical research in the area of economics of science and labour market economics with focus on recent changes in the German higher educational system

Master in Business Studies
2020: University of Kassel
Emphases: Business informatics and innovation management

Master in Economic Behaviour and Governance
2015: University of Kassel
Emphases: Behavioural economics, research methods

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