I am a Ph.D. student at the Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE), University of Düsseldorf. My main research interests lie in the area of industrial organization, with a particular focus on competition economics and consumer behavior. These topics are reflected in various research project that address, among others, the impact of asymmetric information, and challenges of digitalization and sustainability.

I am the co-founder and coordinator of Düsseldorf Economics and Law (DEaL). This is a forum for exchange between researchers in law and economics. More information can be found here.

Additionally, I am part of the research group "Competition and Sustainability" at the University of Düsseldorf.

Research and Teaching interests

IO, competition economics, asymmetric information and (consumer) behavior

In my research, I analyze the following three subfields: competition economics, individual behavior and asymmetric information. This is reflected in various research projects where I combine at least two of these subfields.