Researcher at the Center for Law & Economics at ETH Zurich
He works at the intersection of Labor Economics and Public Economics, with a special focus on Education and Political Economy. One area of his research analyzes how school curricula shape student achievement, attitudes and beliefs, choices, and long-term labor market outcomes. Another line of his research focuses on policies and interventions reducing the effects of genetic and social inequality. He uses methods from applied microeconometrics, computational linguistics, and machine learning.
His Ph.D. thesis was awarded the Prize for Best Dissertation in 2021/2022 from the German Economic Association, Section on Economics of Education, and the Fürther Ludwig Erhard Prize of 2023.