I’m a Visiting Professor of Economics at Carleton College.
My Primary Research Interests are in Applied Microeconomics, especially Labor Economics and Economics of Inequality. Yet, topics in Macroeconomics, especially International Finance & Trade, likewise appeal to me.
Dating back to my graduate studies I have gained extensive experience in Teaching at the University Level. Since 2016 I have taught 20 classes as a Course Instructor across several fields at the Introductory and Intermediate Level, most notably Principles of Macroeconomics.
Prior to Carleton, I obtained my Ph.D. from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2020 and attended Justus-Liebig-University at Giessen, Germany, earning a M.Sc. in Economics in 2015. Moreover, I worked at a Rating Agency in the Frankfurt area for several years as Student Staff where I gained valuable experience in Data Analysis and Reporting.