I am a PhD fellow at Copenhagen Business School, the Pension Research Centre, Department of Economics, going on the 2022/2023 academic job market.
My research interests fall within the domain of macroeconomics but with a particular focus on welfare state policies and the development of both analytical and computational models to analyze their implications for welfare and inequality.
Moreover, I use Danish register data to integrate computational life-cycle models with real-world empirical evidence. Find my CV here.
I am a PhD Candidate in the Department of Economics at Copenhagen Business School and affiliated with the Pension Research Centre (PeRCent).
I will be on the job market during the 2022-23 academic year. My main research areas are social security and public finance in a macroeconomic setting.
I am particularly interested in the effects of pension systems on welfare, inequality and fiscal sustainability. Most of my recent work combines computational macro models with micro data. Find my CV here.