Placements of BERA, DIW GC and BDPEMS Members


Since 2016, BDPEMS, DIW GC and BERA have placed members at the following institutions:

Universities & Research Institutes:
  • Bielefeld University
  • DIW Berlin
  • Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • European School of Management and Technology
  • Freie Universität Berlin
  • Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Hasselt University
  • Higher School of Economics in St.Petersburg
  • Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Ifo-Institute Munich
  • Institute of Labour Economics (IZA)
  • KU Leuven
  • Lancaster University
  • London School of Economics
  • Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
  • Lund University
  • New York University

  • Norwegian School of Economics
  • Queen Mary University of London
  • Stanford University
  • Technical University of Applied Sciences
    Wildau
  • Tilburg University
  • Universität Hamburg
  • Université libre de Bruxelles
  • University of Bonn
  • University of Göttingen
  • University of Groningen
  • University of Hohenheim
  • University of Konstanz
  • University of Lausanne
  • University of Nevada, Reno
  • University of Potsdam
  • University of Sydney

Other Insitutions:
  • Bank of England
  • European Central Bank
  • European Commission
  • Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (Germany)
  • Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (Germany)
  • Federal Ministry of Finance (Germany)
  • Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (Germany)
  • IMF Washington
  • International Labour Organization
  • OECD
  • Reserve Bank of Australia



Selected Placements in 2018:

BERA


DIW GC & BDPEMS



Sofia Amaral-Garcia

Program: BERA, BCCP
Fields of research: Health Economics, Law & Economics, Applied Micro
Personal website
Employer: Hasselt University
Job title: Postdoc Researcher




Ning Chen

Program: BDPEMS
Fields of research: Consumer Behavior (Luxury Consumption, CSR, Prosocial Behavior)
Job market paper: Examining the Effect of Altruistic Gift Giving on Subsequent Indulgences
Employer: European School of Management and Technology
Job title: Postdoc

Rustamdjan Hakimov

Program: BERA, BDPEMS
Fields of research: Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Matching Markets
Job Market Paper: Iterative versus standard deferred acceptance: experimental evidence
Personal website
Employer: University of Lausanne
Job title: Assistant Professor of Empirical Microeconomics (tenure track)



Sascha Drahs

Program: DIW GC
Fields of research: Empirical Microeconomics, Policy Evaluation, Structural Modeling, Labor Economics, Behavioral Economic
Employer: University of Potsdam
Job title: Postdoc

Matthias Lang

Program: BERA
Fields of research: Microeconomic Theory, Behavioral Economics, Decision Theory, Contract Theory
Personal website
Employer: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Job title: Associate Professor

Patricia Gallego Granados

Program: DIW GC
Fields of research: Labor Economics, Gender Economics, Tax-Benefit-Systems, Microsimulation
Job market paper: The Part-Time Wage Gap across the Wage Distribution
Personal website
Employer: DIW Berlin
Job title: Postdoc



Justin Valasek

Program: BERA
Fields of research: Applied Microeconomic Theory, Political Economy, Public Choice, Development and Behavioral Economics
Job Market Paper: The Value of Consensus: Information Aggregation in Committees with Vote-Contingent Payoffs
(joint with Yves Breitmoser)
Personal website
Employer: Norwegian School of Economics
Job title: Associate Professor (tenure track)



Simon Jurkatis

Program: BDPEMS, FU Berlin
Fields of research: Market Microstructure, Financial Economics, Econometrics and Statistics, Social Learning
Job market paper: Inferring Trade Direction in Fast Markets
Personal website
Employer: Bank of England, Capital Markets Division
Job title: Researcher in the PhD Research Programme

Roel van Veldhuizen

Program: BERA
Fields of research: Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics
Job Market Paper: Gender Differences in Tournament Choices: Risk Preferences, Overconfidence or Competitiveness?
Personal website
Employer: Lund University
Job title: Assistant Professor (tenure track)


Nils May

Program: DIW GC
Fields of research: Energy and Environmental Economics, Applied Microeconomics, Microeconometrics
Employer: DIW Berlin, Climate Policy Department
Job title: Research Associate



Amelie Schiprowski

Program: DIW GC
Fields of research: Public and Labor Economics
Job market paper: The Role of Caseworkers in Unemployment Insurance: Evidence from Unplanned Absences
Personal website
Employer: Institute of Labour Economics (IZA)
Job title: Research Associate





Annika Schnücker

Program: DIW GC
Fields of research: Econometrics, Multivariate Time Series Analysis, Bayesian Inference, Empirical Macroeconomics
Job market paper: Penalized Estimation of Panel Vector Autoregressive Models: A Lasso Approach
Personal website
Employer: Erasmus University Rotterdam, Econometrics Department
Job title: Assistant Professor (tenure track)


Selected Placements in 2017:

BERA


DIW GC & BDPEMS



Franziska Bremus

Program: BERA, DIW GC
Fields of research: Real-Financial Interactions, International Financial Integration, Financial Stability & Regulation
Personal website
Employer: DIW Berlin
Job title: Reserach Associate, Research Group Leader (tenured)

Andreas Asseyer

Program: BDPEMS, RTG 1659
Fields of research: Contract Theory, Information Economics, Industrial Organization
Job market paper: Collusion and Delegation under Information Control
Personal website
Employer: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Job title: Research Associate



Johannes Geyer

Program: BERA, DIW GC
Fields of research: Economics of Ageing, Microeconometrics, Microsimulation, Health
Job market paper: The Effect of Health and Employment Risks on Precautionary Savings
Personal website
Employer: DIW Berlin
Job title: Deputy Head of the Department of Public Economics, Senior Researcher (tenured)



Christian Krekel

Program: DIW GC
Fields of research: Environmental Economics, Labour Economics, Policy and Programme Evaluation, Applied Microeconometrics
Personal website
Employer: London School of Economics
Job title: Postdoc



Luke Haywood

Program: BERA
Fields of research: Labor Economics, Public Economics, Climate Economics
Personal website
Employer: OECD
Job title: Labor Economist

Sarah Kröchert

Program: BDPEMS, RTG
Fields of research: Financial Accounting, Cross Market Effects of Accounting, Disclosure Regulation, Ownership Structure, Institutional Investors
Job market paper: Ownership Disclosure and Ownership Structure: Investors’ Response to Lower Reporting Thresholds
Personal website
Employer: Lancaster University, Department of Accounting and Finance
Job title: Lecturer/Assistant Professor (tenure track)


Mattia Nardotto

Program: BERA
Fields of research: Industrial Organization, Competition Policy, Political Economy, Behavioral Economics
Personal website
Employer: KU Leuven, Dept. of Management, Strategy and Innovation
Job title: Associate Professor

Friederike Lenel

Program: DIW GC
Research Interests: Development Economics, Behavioral Economics
Job Market Paper: Insurance and Solidarity, Experimental Evidence from Cambodia
Personal Website
Employer: University of Göttingen
Job Title: Postdoc




Michele Piffer

Program: BERA
Fields of research: Time Series Econometrics, Macroeconomics, Bayesian Econometrics
Personal website
Employer: Queen Mary University of London
Job title: Marie Curie Fellow

Falk Mazelis

Program: BDPEMS, RTG
Research Interests: Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics
Job Market Paper: The role of shadow banking in the monetary transmission mechanism
Personal Website
Employer: European Central Bank, Monetary Policy Strategy Division
Job Title: Economist



Hannes Ullrich

Program: BERA
Fields of research: Industrial Organization, Health Economics, Personnel Economics
Personal website
Employer: DIW Berlin
Job title: Research Associate (tenured)



Daniel Nachtigall

Program: BDPEMS, RTG 1659
Fields of research: Environmental Economics, Economics of Climate Change
Employer: OECD, Climate Change Mitigation
Job title: Policy Analyst



Dietmar Fehr

Program: BERA
Fields of research: Development Economics, Inequality, Public Economics, Behavioral Economics
Personal website
Employer: University of Heidelberg
Job title: Assistant Professor

Maryse Kathleen Ngangoue

Program: DIW GC
Research Interests: Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics, Information Economics, Decision Theory, Market Microstructure
Job Market Paper: Trading under Ambiguity and the Effect of Learning
Personal Website
Employer: New York University, Faculty of Arts & Science, Economics Department and CESS
Job Title: Visiting Assistant Professor





Philipp Pfeiffer

Program: BDPEMS
Fields of research: Macroeconomics
Employer: European Commission, DG ECFIN








Simon Voigts

Program: BDPEMS
Research Interests: Macroeconomics, DSGE Models, Fiscal Policy
Job Market Paper: Revisiting the Effect of VAT Changes on Output: The Importance of pass-through Dynamics
Personal Website
Employer: International Monetary Fund
Job Title: Economist





Clara Welteke

Program: DIW GC
Research Interests: Labor Economics, Gender Economics, Social Policy, Digitalization and the Future of Work
Job Market Paper: Peer Effects in Parental Leave Decisions
Personal Website
Employer: DIW Berlin
Job Title: Research Associate


Selected Placements in 2016:

BERA


DIW GC & BDPEMS



Frank M. Fossen

Program: BERA
Fields of research: Economics of entrepreneurship and taxation, microeconometrics, public and labor economics
Personal website
Employer: University of Nevada, Reno, Department of Economics
Job title: Associate Professor of Economics and Charles N. Mathewson Professor in Entrepreneurship

Christian Basteck

Program: BDPEMS
Research Interests: Game Theory, Mechanism Design, Social Choice and Fair Allocation
Job Market Paper: Scoring Rules and Implementation in Iteratively Undominated Strategies
Personal Website
Employer: Université libre de Bruxelles, ECARES
Job Title: Postdoc



Sebastian Petrick

Program: BERA
Research Interests: Energy Economics, Energy Demand, Micro-Econometrics
Job Market Paper: The Impact of Carbon Trading on Industry: Evidence from German Manufacturing Firms
Employer: Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (Germany)
Job Title: Referent

Sarah C. Dahmann

Program: DIW GC
Fields of research:Education, Labor, and Health Economics
Job market paper: How does education improve cognitive skills? Instructional time versus timing of instruction
Personal website
Employer: University of Sydney, School of Economics
Job title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow



Davud Rostam-Afschar

Program: BERA, FU Berlin 
Fields of research: Public Economics, Labor Economics, Industrial Organization 
Personal website
Employer: University of Hohenheim
Job title: Akademischer Rat

Adrian Hille

Program: DIW GC
Fields of research: Education and Labor Economics, Policy Evaluation, Innovative Approaches to Social Policy
Job market paper: How a Universal Music Education Program Affects Time Use, Behavior, and School Attitude
Personal website
Employer: Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (Germany)
Job title: Policy Officer (Referent)





Johannes Johnen

Program: BDPEMS, RTG
Fields of research: Behavioral Economics, Industrial Organization, Microeconomic Theory
Job market paper: Dynamic Competition in Deceptive Markets
Personal website
Employer: KU Leuven, Centre for Operations Research and Econometrics
Job title: Assistant Professor (tenure track)






Alexander S. Nesterov

Program: BDPEMS, RTG
Fields of research: Microeconomics, Game Theory, Mechanism Design, Market Design, Behavioral Economics
Job market paper: School Choice with Advice: The Adaptive Acceptance Rule
Personal website
Employer: Higher School of Economics in St.Petersburg
Job title: Assistant Professor (tenure track)






Stefan Seifert

Program: DIW GC
Fields of research: Applied Micro, Non- and Semi-Parametric Methods
Job market paper: Measuring Productivity When Technologies Are Heterogeneous: A Semi-Parametric Approach for Electricity Generation
Employer: University of Bonn
Job title: Postdoc





Alexander Zerrahn

Program: DIW GC
Fields of research: Energy and Environmental Economics, Renewable Energy, Applied Operations Research, Applied Econometrics
Employer: DIW Berlin
Job title: Research Associate