I am a Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics at Carleton College.
My Primary Research Interests are in Applied Microeconomics, especially Labor Economics and Economics of Inequality. However, Topics in International Macro and Economics of Education likewise appeal to me. In current research I utilize individual task data on job-related activities to measure “Skill” and use this insight to study specialization patterns at the workplace and how they translate into wage differences.
Prior to Carleton, I obtained my Ph.D. from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2020 with a dissertation on “Skills, Tasks, and Wages in Labor Markets” and attended Justus Liebig University in Giessen, Germany, earning a M.Sc. in Economics in 2015.
You are invited to learn more about my Research & Teaching on this page. Feel free to get in touch with me if you have questions or are interested in collaborations.
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