Topics: Behavioral Economics, Financial Markets, Globalization, Sustainable Development
Main research interests
- Behavioral Finance
- Behavioral Economics
- Theory planned behavior
- Market behavior
I joined the Kiel Institute in March 2018. Before joining the IfW I worked at the University of Kiel, where I studied Mathematics, Economics and Psychology. My research interests lie in the field of Behavioral Economics and Finance, as well as in Mathematical Economics.
In addition to my work at the IfW, I hold positions at the University of Kiel and University of Johannesburg and I am currently a fellow at the Kiel Center for Globalization.