About me

Since August 2022, I work as a consultant at Arepo, where I apply quantitative methods for project evaluations in various areas of climate protection and energy efficiency. My main substantive focus lies on national project evaluations.

Before joining Arepo, I was a doctoral and  postdoctoral researcher at the Chair of European Politics at the University of Mannheim. I taught courses on the domestic effects of globalization and quantitative methods in international relations.

In my dissertation, I studied the economic and political effects of place-based policy in Germany for political accountability and whether such policy responses are able to mitigate the electoral success of challenger parties such as the populist right. I defended my thesis at the Center for Doctoral Studies in Social and Behavioral Sciences (CDSS) of the University of Mannheim in May 2022.

Between 2016 and 2020, I worked as an editorial assistant for the American Political Science Review edited by a team of scholars from the University of Mannheim and the London School of Economics and Political Science.

For an overview of my research projects follow this link.

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