Philipps Universität Marburg
D - 35037 Marburg
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My main research topics are in the fields of applied microeconomics, theory of organizations, fiscal federalism, and behavioral economics.
- “Anti-Social Behavior in Profit and Nonprofit Organizations” with Emmanuelle Auriol, Journal of Public Economics, 117, September 2014, Pages 149–161. (working paper version)
- "Job Assignment with Multivariate Skills and the Peter Principle", Labour Economics, 32, January 2015, Pages 112–121.(working paper version)
- "Nonprofits In The Field: An Economic Analysis Of Peer Monitoring And Sabotage" with Emmanuelle Auriol, Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics 89.1, February 2018, Pages 157-174.
- "Strategic Competition and Self-Confidence", working paper, with Simona Grassi, Manuel Grieder and Jonathan F. Schulz.
- “Authority and motivation in situations of open conflict” , working paper, with Frank Rosar.
- "Egg freezing and career concerns", with Isabel Cutrim and Evelyn Korn.
- "The Insider Threat: an Economic Analysis of Monitoring Instruments and Sabotage", with Emmanuelle Auriol.
- "Lakes and Taxes: The impact of local amenities on tax competition", with Marius Brülhart.
- "The Impact of Fiscal Rules on Regional Tax Competition in Switzerland", with Raphaël Parchet.
I am teaching Introduction to Microeconomics and Intermediate Microeconomics at the Bachelor level, as well as Microeconomics and Contract Theory at the Master level.
Past seminars were on the following topics: Internal labor markets; Digitalization; Identity in Economics and Sociology.
You can find information on all courses here.