I am particularly interested in modelling rights in collective decision making, epistemic approaches to Judgment Aggregation as well as the integration of psychological and behavioral insights into axiomatic decision theory. Beyond that, I am intrigued by questions of how introducing collateral constraints to models in financial economics can produce new insights.
- Consistent Rights on Property Spaces, Journal of Economic Theory 197 (2021)
Work in Progress
- Planning to Self-Control
- Should You Ask For Reasons or Results? An Epistemic Analysis of Premise vs. Conclusion Based Judgment Aggregation with Correlated Voters.
2019-heute Phd candidate, Research & Teaching Assistant, KIT
2016-2019 Phd-Programm (Economics), University of Mannheim and Yale University
2017 Master of Science (Economics), University of Mannheim
2015 Bachelor of Science (Industrial Engineering & Management), KIT
2010-2011 Community Volunteer, Southampton
2010 Abitur, Gymnasium Ettenheim