My name is Dennis Gottschlich and I am a doctoral researcher in Economics at the Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE).
My broad research interests include labor economics, future of work and unintended side-effects of competition on workers. I consider myself an applied empirical microeconomist with a particular focus on mental health, social mobility and social capital. Currently I study economic determinants of mental illnesses, and more general, in psychological distress. I aim on deepen our knowledge in this fields in order to improve policies and highlight the importance of this underresearcherd topic mental health.
My current research focuses on the nexus between austerity measures and depressions.