I am an economist in the Directorate General Economics of the Deutsche Bundesbank.
In 2020, I received my PhD from Ruhr-University Bochum with a dissertation about the identification and transmission of technology shocks to labor markets, international trade, and their spillovers across the G7 countries. During my PhD, I was a researcher at RWI, working i.a. on projects related to the analysis and forecasting of German economy, and was a member of the Joint Economic Forecast. I have also been a PhD trainee in the Business Cycle Analysis Division at the European Central Bank.
My research interests are centered around:
International macroeconomics and applied macroeconometrics
Macroeconomic effects of technological innovations
On this site, you can find my CV and research profile.
Directorate General Economics
Balance of payments, exchange rates and capital market analysis
60431 Frankfurt am Main
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