About me

I am currently in the fourth year of my PhD at the University of Munich (LMU). My main research interests lie in labour economics, economic history, and political economy.

At LMU I have taught undergraduate courses on the economics of social networks and the economics of discrimination. Moreover, I teach an intermediate econometrics course for second-year bachelor students.

Outside of economics, I am fascinated by the history of 19th and 20th century Central-Eastern Europe. As part of this interest, I have worked in a Holocaust Museum in Lithuania, and have become deeply concerned with antisemitism, racism, and discrimination more broadly.

Short CV


University of Munich (LMU)
2019 – present: PhD Economics (Supervisor: Fabian Waldinger)

University of California, Berkeley
2022 – 2023: Visiting PhD Student

University of Oxford
2017 – 2019: MPhil Economics

University of Warwick
2014 – 2017: BSc Philosophy, Politics and Economics

Teaching experience

  • Intermediate Econometrics (4x)
  • Economics of Discrimination (2x)
  • Economics of Social Networks (1x)
  • Supervision of bachelor theses (4x)

Work experience

2017: Summer internship at Frontier Economics, London, UK
2016: Summer internship at Oxera Consulting, London, UK
2015: Internship at Agenda Austria Think Tank, Vienna, Austria
2013 – 2014: Tour Guide at the Jewish Museum in Vilnius, Lithuania