Postdoctoral Researcher
Leipzig University

Welcome to my personal webpage,

I am an applied macroeconomist working in the fields of monetary policy, inflation, and business cycle analysis. I hold a Ph.D. in Economics from Leipzig University in Germany.

In my dissertation, I have worked on the impact of non-clearing goods markets on inflation, productivity, and monetary policy. Recently, my work concentrates on monetary policy effectiveness in non-clearing goods markets and capacity utilization as a monetary policy target.

Research Interests

Quantitative Dynamic Macroeconomics

Inflation and Monetary Policy

Search-and-Matching Theory


PhD in Economics, 2022.
Leipzig University.

MSc in Economics, 2015.
Heidelberg University.

BSc in Global Business Management, 2013.
University of Augsburg.

Work in Progress

The Impact of Active Aggregate Demand on Utilization-Adjusted TFP. 2022.
Non-Clearing Goods Markets and the Capacity-Utilization Phillips Curve. 2022.
Targeting Capacity Utilization in Monetary Policy. 2022.
Real PPI and Price Pass-Through in a Frictional Wholesaler-Retailer-Consumer Framework. 2021.


Achtnicht et al. (2014). Socio-Economic Assessment of the Danube Region: State of the Region, Challenges and Strategy Development – Final Report Part I. Baden-Wuerttemberg Ministry of Finance and Economics on behalf of the European Commission, Mannheim, Tübingen, Wien.


My teaching activities focus on dynamic macroeconomics, both on a bachelor and master level. Within elective courses, I focus on applied computational macroeconomics, enabling students early on to implement their own research using quantitative methods. My teaching statement can be found here. In the past, I have taught the following courses:

Mathematics for Economists

Tutorial, B.Sc., Heidelberg University: Winter Term 2014.


Tutorial, B.Sc., Leipzig University: Winter Term 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021.

Advanced Macroeconomics Preparation Course

Tutorial, M.Sc., Leipzig University: Summer Term 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022.

Search-and-Matching Labor Macroeconomics

Short Course as Part of Different Lectures (2 weeks), M.Sc., Leipzig University: Summer Term 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022. Winter Term 2017.

Seminar on Economic Theory: Macroeconomics

Seminar, M.Sc., Leipzig University: Summer Term 2017, 2022. Winter Term 2017.

Computational Macroeconomics

Short Course/Introduction to Matlab & Dynare (1-2 weeks), M.Sc./Ph.D., Leipzig University/CGDE: Summer Term 2020, 2021, 2022.

Lecture, B.Sc/M.Sc, Leipzig University: Summer Term 2022.