In (approximately) descending order of importance:
- I am currently Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellow at Nuffield College, University of Oxford.
- I was a PhD student at the University of Copenhagen from 2012 to 2016 and received my PhD in October 2016.
Go to the “Research” page to read about my research, publications and working papers.
- During my time in Copenhagen, I was also a member of the Department Council of the Department of Economics and the PhD committee at the Faculty of Social Sciences.
- I am German, lived in Denmark from 2010 to 2016 and have been living in the UK since 2016.
- While I was studying for my undergraduate degree in Berlin, I worked for a member of the German Parliament. I also wrote, among other things, about what German politicians can (not) learn from Barack Obama, and how the Social Democrats can regain their old strength (in a political magazine, both links in German).
- It is my ambition to be one of Northern Europe’s leading experts on Lyndon B. Johnson. (I am quite probably the youngest.) Click here for my page-filling article on Lyndon B. Johnson in the German weekly Die Zeit.
- In 2013, I was interviewed by the Danish web portal for economics students Alt Andet Lige.
- In 2008, I was a research intern at the American newspaper Los Angeles Times. I traveled to the party conventions in Denver (where the Democrats nominated Obama) and Minneapolis/St. Paul (McCain/Palin). Among other things, I provided research for front-page stories on the business dealings of Joe Biden’s sons and how Sarah Palin was being prepared for her first media appearances, and I wrote for the LA Times political blog about how the vote count at the Republican convention was manipulated. (This story was picked up by international news media, for example Aftenposten in Norway.)