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I am an applied microeconomist with research interests in labor and population economics. My research aims at understanding the causes and consequences of human behavior using microeconometric methods guided by (behavioral-)economic as well as psychological theory. In my dissertation I put a special focus on economic psychology and personality psychology by analyzing the empirical relationship between personality traits and individual behavior on the labor market.

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