Hello! I am an assistant Professor of Macroeconomics at Universität Hamburg and my research focus lies on asset pricing, climate finance, macro-finance as well as computational methods for economics and finance. I also hold a (part-time) tenured Associate Professorship at Tilburg University.  I have a particular interest in how disagreement among investors affects asset prices and risk premia. Furthermore, I enjoy developing new methodologies to analyze, estimate and solve non-linear dynamic models.  Recently, I have developed interest in the pricing of climate risks on financial markets as well as the role of financial market in the transition to a carbon-neutral economy.  My research has been published in leading journals such as the Journal of Finance, the Review of Financial Studies, the Journal of Financial Economics and the Journal of Economic Theory.

Current Position:

Assistant Professor of Macroeconomics, Universität Hamburg  (since 10/2021)

Associate Professor of Finance, Tilburg University (since 04/2021)

Past Positions:

Assistant Professor of Finance, Tilburg University (09/2017–04/2021)

Quantitative Investment Analyst, Sal. Oppenheim Jr. & Cie. AG & Co. KGaA, Köln (04/2016–06/2017)

Visiting Researcher, School of Business and Economics, RWTH Aachen (06/2017–09/2017)

Visiting Researcher, Chair of Quantitative Business Administration, University of Zurich (04/2016–09/2018)


Ph.D. in Management and Economics, University Zurich (2012-2016)

Visiting Scholar,  Stanford University (Fall 2014)

M.Sc. Quantitative Finance, Kiel University (2010-2012)

B.Sc. Economics, Kiel University (2007-2010)