I am part of the junior faculty of the Ruhr Graduate School of Economics and teach at the Jacobs University in Bremen and was part of the Chair of Monetary Policy and Financial Markets of Prof. Dr. Peter Anker at the University of Duisburg-Essen as an external lecturer.
PhD in Economics, 2015
Hamburg Graduate School of Economics at the University of Hamburg
MSc in Economics, 2011
University of Bonn
BSc Economics and Management, 2008
University of Magdeburg
The RWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research latest economic forecast. After the worst recession since the second World War the global economy is on the path to recovery, yet much uncertainty remains. Due to the prolonged COVID-19 containtment measures the rebound is weaker than the projection in the summer. While fresh outbreaks across several Euro Area member states dampen its recovery, the indicators show that the through of the crisis is likely over. Going forward we are in for the rebound for the long haul with economic activity expected to stabilize back to potential growth rates at the earliest towards the summer next year.