Carl-Emil Pless

Carl-Emil Pless

PhD fellow

My research is within applied microeconometrics, where I work with consumer behavior and limited self-control. In addition, I also work with non-parametric revealed preference methods on topics related to rationality in the applied (micro)economics literature. Furthermore, I like to dabble in data science methods and am particularly interested in network science. In my spare time, I play around with bibliometrics, natural language processing, and causal inference.

Teaching

My teaching and supervision activities are primarily within econometrics and microeconomics. Currently, I'm the course coordinator of Introduction to Econometrics and sporadically host introductions to R and LaTeX (Overleaf). Previously, I've also participated in Forskerpraktik, where I worked with high-school students on the problem of limited self-control in consumer behavior.

Course Coordinator:

  • Introduction to Econometrics (BSc)
  • Qualification Course in Econometrics (BSc)

Lecturer:

  • Introduction to Econometrics (BSc)
  • Qualification Course in Econometrics (BSc)
  • Econometrics (BSc)

Teacher's Assistant:

  • Econometrics (BSc)
  • Applied Econometrics (MSc)
  • Microeconomics (BSc)
  • Applied Game Theory (BSc)
  • Macroeconomics (BSc)
  • Introduction to Food and Environmental Economics (BSc)

Supervision:

  • BSc: Changes in cross-border shopping in Denmark during the first COVID-19 lockdown
  • MSc: Predicting pro-environmental consumer behavior using a random forest classifier
  • MSc: Determining the impact of cloudbursts on housing prices 

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