University of Erfurt


My research is focused on behavioral macroeconomics and centered on the modeling of expectations. Much of my work here is built on the concept of pattern recognition. This research program combines experimental methods and applied econometrics. A further area of research is the modeling of boundedly rational banks and their role in financial boom-bust dynamics. Last, in my historical work I focus on the coevolution of quantitative methods in academic economics and in business practice.



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