Released as working paper: “Competition and Innovation: The Breakup of IG Farben” SSRN. Further information are available on the research page. The paper was...
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As of September 2021, I am a Postdoctoral Associate at the Technology & Policy Research Initiative at Boston University. Previously, I was a junior research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition in Munich, Germany. I am also an IZA affiliate.
I am on the job market 2022/2023.
My research focuses on the innovation strategy of firms under competition. With this, I study topics in strategic management and the economics of innovation, interlinked with topics in industrial organization, science, and human capital. In my job market paper, I analyze how the breakup of a leading firm affects an industry in terms of competition and innovation.
I obtained my Ph.D. in Economics with summa cum laude from Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. Before, I studied Economics at the University of Bonn (Master) and the University of Heidelberg (Bachelor). During the last years, I have visited Boston University’s Questrom School of Business and the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. I am a citizen of the USA and Germany and have lived and worked in four countries.
I received the Otto Hahn Medal, the dissertation award of the Max Planck Society, for my dissertation on “Corporate Innovation – The Role of Scientific Disco...
New working paper released: Profit Taxation, R&D Spending, and Innovation. For details, look on the research page or directly at CEPR.
I am very excited to start a position as Postdoctoral Associate at the Technology & Policy Research Initiative at Boston University Law.
I’m very excited and grateful to have the opportunity to virtually spend a semester at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, via t...
Annual workshop for Ph.D. students and Junior Post-docs in Economics and Management on the 17/18 December 2020 in Munich, Germany.
Finally, Stefano and me managed to get a working paper version out! For details, look on the research page or directly at SSRN.