PhD Student, Research assistant
Department of Economics, Study Council
Øster Farimagsgade 5, Bygning 26, 1353 København K
Øster Farimagsgade 5, 1353 København K, 26, Building: 26.1.02
I am a PhD fellow with the Research Unit for Behavioral Economics and Labor Market Performance at the University of Copenhagen. My research is based on field experiments and surveys among job seekers in a collaboration with the Danish Agency of Labor Recruitment (STAR). I rely on experimental data as well as register data to estimate the effects of on-line interventions on job search and labor market outcomes for job seekers in the Danish labor market.
On a broader scale, I am interested in how to include behavioral insights into macroeconomic business cycle models such as DSGE models.
- Fall 2013: Macroeconomics II
- Spring 2014: Macroeconomics II
Fields of interest
- Behavioral economics and public policy
- Applied Microeconometrics and labor economy
- Business cycles and monetary policy
- Fiscal policy and fiscal frameworks