I am PhD candidate at the Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences (GESS) and research associate at the Chair for Political Economy at the University of Mannheim. Currently I am also working as an Editorial Assistant at the American Political Science Review.
My research focuses on committee decision making and lobbying. I am especially interested in strategic information provision and the effect of behavioral information processing on decision making. In my research I use formal models, experiments and quantitative methods, particularly quantiative text analysis methods. I am also interested in social media usage on electoral campaigning and social preferences more generally.
Ph.D. Candidate, since 2017
Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences, University of Mannheim
M.Sc. in Political Economy, 2017
Universtiy of Konstanz
B.A. in Political Science, 2015
University of Mannheim
Twitter Made Me Do It! Twitters’ Tonal Platform Incentive And Its Effect On Online Campaigning (with Marius Saeltzer)
Social Class And (Un)Ethical Behavior: Causal Versus Correlational Evidence (with Elisabeth Gsottbauer, Daniel Muller, Stefan Trautmann and Galina Zudenkova)
Experimental Evidence for Strategic Information Sharing in Biased Committees
Strategic Signal Revelation in a Deliberative Committee with Biased Information Processing
The Amount of Information Provided by Interest Groups
Why Do Voters Support Price Controls? (with Moritz Janas and Daniel Muller)
Tutorial Game Theory - Graduate (English)
Social Choice and Democratic Institutions - Seminar Undergraduate (English)