I started teaching during my doctorate, when I developed the exercise of Prof. C. Schwieren’s Neuroeconomics class. Since taking up the position of assistant professor in Nuremberg, I have taught various classes. Most notably, on a regular basis, I lecture the course “Topics in Microeconomics” (Bachelor) on information asymmetries in markets, teach the advanced seminar[…]
I am a behavioural scientist and I am used to applying methods from various fields (such as economics, psychology, endocrinology, or neuroscience) to the corresponding research questions. My research clusters around three central pillars, viz. ageing, social norm compliance, and new media.