In August 2015I joined the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA,  as an Assistant Professor at the School of Economics. 

Primary Fields: Empirical IO and Applied Econometrics.
Econ. of Information Technologies, Networks and Online Markets.

I obtained my Ph.D. from the University of Mannheim and I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in Mannheim, Germany.

My supervisors are Martin Peitz and Philipp Schmidt-Dengler. My Job Market Paper analyses the effects of links on users reading and contribution behavior in a Content Network.

I have published papers in the European Economic Review and Information Economics and Policy.

You can download my CV here and find my research papers here.
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Since 2009, I am part of the "DocNet" program. This program is jointly organized by the the University of Mannheim and the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in Mannheim. I completed my dissertation at University of Mannheim's Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences (CDSE) in Summer 2014 and, since then, continue to work as postdoctoral Researcher at ZEW.

Before joining this Program, I have studied in Vienna, Madrid and Toulouse and worked as R.A. for Rudolf Winter-Ebmer and Franz Hackl at University of Linz, Austria.