I am a research assistant at the Leibniz Center for Financial Research SAFE and Goethe University Frankfurt. My research is in empirical household finance and experimental finance.
In my research I study what drives the investment decisions of households with focus on the role of subjective stock market expectations, risk preferences, and the demand for and use of financial advice. My analyses draw on proprietary administrative data, survey data, and experimental data.
I completed my PhD at Goethe University Frankfurt in September 2020.
Here is my CV