Evidence-Based Economics
print


Breadcrumb Navigation


Content

2019 Cohort

greskaLena Greska

(LMU Munich)

Lena holds an M.Sc. in Quantitative Economics, a B.Sc. in Economics and a B.A. in Japanese Studies from the University of Munich. She is a member of the Egon Sohmen Graduate Center, and affiliated to the EBE. Her main research interests lie in the field of applied microeconomics, in particular political economy, organizational and labor economics.

 

 

hager2Sebastian Hager

(LMU Munich)

Sebastian did his undergraduate studies in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Warwick. Subsequently he completed an M.Phil. in Economics at the University of Oxford. He is affiliated with the Institute for the Economics of Innovation (Prof. Waldinger). His main research interests lie in labour economics, political economy, and economic history.

 

 

huberDenise Huber

(University of Regensburg)

Denise holds an M.A. in International Economics and Business from the University of Passau and a B.A. in Political Science and Economics from the University of Regensburg. She is affiliated to the Chair of Empirical Economic Research (Prof. Cassar) and the EBE programme. She works as teaching assistant at the Chair of Social, Work, Organisational and Business Psychology (Prof. Fischer). Her main research interests are Applied Microeconomics, Pro-Social Behavior, Experimental and Behavioral Economics.

 

 

kassnerBernhard Kassner

 (LMU Munich)

Bernhard is a research assistant at the Seminar for Economic Policy at the University of Munich (LMU). His main research interests are at the intersection of behavioral economics, corporate finance, and public finance. He holds a B.Sc. in International Economics and East Asian Studies from the University of Tübingen and an M.Sc. in Economics from the University of Munich (LMU). During the course of his studies he was visiting Tongji University Shanghai and University of California in Berkeley.

 

mamrakRobin Mamrak

(LMU Munich)

Robin is a PhD student at the Seminar for Comparative Economics (Prof. Schnitzer) at LMU Munich and is affiliated to the EBE programme. He holds an M.Sc. in Economics from University College London and a B.Sc. in Economics from LMU Munich. His research interests are in the economics of innovation, industrial organisation, and the digital economy.

 

 

redlerPeter Redler

(LMU Munich)

Peter holds an M.Sc. in Quantitative Economics from LMU Munich and a B.Sc. in Business Administration as well as a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Mannheim.  He is affiliated to the Seminar for Empirical Economic Research (Prof. Winter). His main research interests are applied microeconometrics and health economics.

 

 

Johanna Röhrs

(University of Regensburg)

Johanna works as a research assistant at the Chair for Economics of the Public Sector at the University of Regensburg. She holds a M.Sc. in Economics from the University of Bonn and a B.Sc. in Economics and South Asian Studies from the University of Tübingen. Her main research interests are Macroeconomics, Public Economics and Labour Economics.

 

 

scherrMatthias Scherr

(University of Regensburg)

Matthias has studied Economics (B.Sc.) at LMU Munich, University of Regensburg and the University of Oxford. In addition to his PhD, he pursues a second B.Sc. in Mathematics. His research interests are Development Economics and Applied Econometrics.

 

 

schoellerVanessa Schöller

(University of Regensburg)

Vanessa works as a research and teaching associate at the Chair of Microeconomics (Prof. Roider) at the University of Regensburg. She holds a M.Sc. with Honors in Economics from the University of Regensburg and a B. Sc. in Management and Economics from the University of Ulm. Her main research interests lie in Behavioral, Experimental and Environmental Economics.

 

 

weberLukas Weber

(LMU Munich)

Lukas holds an M.Sc. in Economics from LMU Munich and a B.Sc. in International Economics from the University of Tübingen. His main research interests lie in Macroeconomics and Political Economy.

 

 

wernsdorfKathrin Wernsdorf

(MPI for Innovation and Competition)

Kathrin is a research fellow and doctoral candidate at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition and at LMU Munich. She holds an M.Sc. in Economics from LMU Munich and a B.Sc. in Economics from the University of Mannheim. Her research interests include Economics of Innovation, Labor Economics, Industrial Organization and Applied Econometrics.