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2012-19 Studies of Philosophy, Economics, Politics, and History at the University of Göttingen, Universitat de Barcelona, and Universiteit Gent. 2014 Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and History; 2016 Master of Arts in Philosophy with a focus on (meta)ethics; 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Politics and Economics; 2019 Master of Science in International Economics with a focus on quantitative methods. Since 2020 PhD candidate in the program "Applied Statistics and Empirical Methods".
- since 01/2020 research assistant at the Chair for Empirical International Economics, University of Göttingen.
- 2015 – 2020 various positions as student assistant.
- empirical macroeconomics
- macro-financial linkages in open economies
- short-run and long-run determinants of output (fiscal & monetary policy, debt, energy…)
- empirical finance
- portfolio choice
- risk and uncertainty
- time series analysis
- bayesian state-space models in data-rich and nonlinear environments
- structural vector-autoregressions
- philosophy of science and applied ontology
- Berner, A.; Dorn, F.; Ochsner, C.; Silbersdorff, A.; Wolfinger, L. (2020): Plurale Lehre in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften an der Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, in: L. Bäuerle, Hantke, H.; Schröder, L.-M.; Urban, J. (eds): Wirtschaft neu lehren. Erfahrungen aus der pluralistischen sozioökonomischen Hochschullehre. Springer, 93-106.
- Thonipara, A.; Runst, P.; Ochsner, C.; Bizer, K. (2019): Energy Efficiency of Residential Buildings in the European Union - An Exploratory Analysis of Cross-Country Consumption Patterns, in: Energy Policy (129), 1156-1167.
- Global Credit Shocks and Real Economies, MAGKS Working Paper 16-2021, 2021, with H. Herwartz and H. Rohloff. [pdf]
- The Credit Composition of Global Liquidity, MAGKS Working Paper 15-2021, 2021, with H. Herwartz and H. Rohloff. [pdf]
Work in Progress
- Global Liquidity and Opportunities for Top Income Earners. An Investigative View at Global Credit and Local Income Inequality (with H. Herwartz)
- Tracking the German Business Cycle (with T. Berger)
- Empirical Macroeconomics (Summer 2022)
- Macroeconometrics (Master and PhD; Summer 2021)
- Multivariate Time Series Analysis (Master and PhD; Winter 2020 & 2021)
- Monetary Economics (Bachelor; Summer 2020)
- Financial Markets and the Macroeconomy (Master; Winter 2021)
- Topics in Empirical Macroeconomics (Bachelor; Winter 2021)
- Monetary Economics (Master; Summer 2020 & 2021 & 2022)
- Seminar on Monetary Economics (Bachelor; Winter 2020 & 2021)
- Currently, I do not have capacities to supervise more theses.
- I supervise theses related to empirical finance and macroeconomics.
- All topics require a solid understanding of frequentist econometrics and willingness to acquaint yourself with methods of time series analysis. More information / topic proposals can be found in the teaching section of the chair.