I am a research and teaching assistant (postdoctoral fellow) at the Chair of Macroeconomics at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum.
In 2018, I joined the Research Department of Closed Carbon Cycle Economics as a research fellow. In 2020 I joined the Centrum für Umweltmanagement, Ressourcen und Energie (CURE) at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum.
My research is primarily focused on central banks and financial regulators’ role in taming financial instability and promoting a low-carbon transition and the nexus among finance, environmental innovation, and green growth from a complexity economics perspective. In particular, my fields of research are as follows:
- Agent-based Economics and Simulation;
- Complexity Economics;
- Green Central Banking and Financial Supervision;
- Monetary and Financial Economics;
- Sustainable Finance.