My research focuses on questions of economic and social development in the context of socio-economic inequalities. In particular, I have been working on behavioral (development) economics and the political economy of the middle-income trap. I am also interested in interdisciplinary research and the philosophy and practice of pluralism in economics.
I am a member of the ZOE Institute for sustainable economies.
I have taught a range of courses in economics and interdisciplinary area studies in Bachelor's and Master's degrees at Europa-Universität Flensburg, Freie Universität Berlin, the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, and the University of Siegen.
In the pluralist economics program, I teach courses on growth, development and distribution, international political economy and philosophy of economics.
Talk and workshop
May 24-26, 2018
I'll contribute a talk about "Pluralism of method in pluralist economics" and a workshop about "Fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis" to this event on Pluralism of research methods, organized by my colleague Elsa Egerer at University of Siegen and the German Network for Pluralism in Economics (in German). [Program and workshop description] [Registration (until 10 May)]
June 7, 2018
I'll participate at a panel about "Pluralism in economics: what has been achieved? Which way forward?" (in German). The panel discussion is part of the IMK's 3rd workshop on Pluralism in Economics, taking place in Düsseldorf from 7-9 June 2018.
June 8, 2017
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