My main project and PhD thesis is a series of papers on wage inequality in a real competition framework, in which I investigate the relationship between firm competition and workers’ income inequality. I have published research on competition, inequality, labor and classical political economics. My main teaching interests are political economics and econometrics (both Bayesian and Frequentist).
On this page, I link published research (among others, in the Cambridge Journal of Economics and the Review of Political Economy), working papers and public writing, as well as sample teaching material. You can also find my CV on here.
I work as an economist at the Austrian Federal Chamber of Labor in Vienna while working on my PhD at the Economics Department of the New School for Social Research in New York. I am also affiliated as a guest researcher at the Economics of Inequality (INEQ) research institute of the Vienna University of Business and Economics (WU).
My studies were made possible by a Fulbright Scholarship, support from the Austrian Netzwerk Wissenschaft, the Tona and William Shepherd Fund Fellowship as well as the Paul Sweezy and Harry Magdoff Fellowship.