Born and raised in the laid back northern Black Forest, I was confronted with global contradictions and distortions during several stays abroad (Central and South America, West Africa, Southern Europe). The desire to understand and change them led me to study economics.
Since then I have experienced economic thinking and acting as a fundamental problem at the roots of many contemporary crises – but at the same time as a promising field for social transformation. Dealing productively with this ambivalence in the form of publications, institution building and public appearances characterises my academic work.
Born: 7th of June 1988 in Bühl (Baden)
Civil status: engaged, no children
Foible: Identity construction by categories
Since 01/2019: Research assistant at the Institute of Economics at Cusanus University.
01/2017 – 12/2018: Project-based research assistant at the Institute of Economics at Cusanus University (Research project: “How do future economists think? A quantitative-qualitative survey of economics students”).
05/2015 – 12/2016: Student assistant at the Institute of Economics at Cusanus University.
07/2013 – 04/2015: Student assistant at the Kues Academy for European Intellectual History.
since 01/2021: Fellow at NELA | Next Economy Lab
since 02/2020 : Speaker of the Section for ‘Socioeconomic higher education’ at the Association for Socioeconomic Education and Research (ASEER).
11/2013 ‒ 11/2014: Board member at the german-speaking Network for Pluralist Economics.
Since 2019: Doctorate at the European University of Flensburg. Working title: “A question of identity. Theory and Empiricism of a Study of Economics”. Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Stephan Panther, Prof. Dr. Silja Graupe.
05/2015 – 12/2016: Master’s Programme “Economics and Social Design” (M.A.) at Cusanus University. Thesis on “Between Truth and Power – On the space and meaning of academic economic education”.
01/2014 – 04/2015: Participation in the certificate course “Economic and Social Design” at the Kues Academy for European Intellectual History.
10/2009 – 05/2013: Bachelor’s Programme “International Economy & Development” (B.A.) at the University of Bayreuth. Thesis on “Clockwork Economics – Ontological Foundations in Economics”.
2007: Abitur at Windeck-Gymnasium Bühl (Baden).
seit 2019: Doctoral scholarship at the Hans-Böckler Foundation.
10/2011 ‒ 03/2012: Scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for an semiannual internship in La Paz, Bolivia.
Association for Socioeconomic Education and Research (ASEER)
Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE)
European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE)
International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy (IIPPE)
Association for Institutional Thought (AFIT)