I am an Assistant Professor 🧑🏫 in International Macroeconomics 🌍 at the University of Tübingen 🎓. My research interests 🔬 include quantitative macroeconomics 💹 and econometrics 🧮 with a focus on developing identification and estimation methods 🔮 for dynamic and stochastic models with skewed distributions 🪝 and rare disasters 🌪️. I am also a member of Dynare’s 📈 core development team and maintain the identification and method-of-moments toolboxes 🧰.
I am an enthusiastic Apple 🍏 and Linux 🐧 user and actively contribute to several open-source projects 🤓 such as Dynare, Timeshift and Timeshift-autosnap-apt. You can find 🔍 me on several forums #️⃣ like Ask Fedora, Dynare, Destination Linux, EndeavourOS, Pop!_Planet or Ubuntu.
You are highly encouraged to check out 👀 my Dynare Teaching Materials or Linux Guides. The source code 📜 of the entire site is available on GitHub; getting involved 👋 by opening issues or pull-request 🧑💻 is greatly appreciated 🙏.
PhD in Economics, 11/2015
MSc in Economics, 04/2012
BSc in Economics, 09/2009
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DFG Project 411754673: Identification and Estimation of Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium Models: Skewness Matters