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During the semester, office hours are held by appointment in my office or online. Please write an email at least two days before you are planning to come and inclued "OFFICE HOUR" in the object of your message.
I supervise bachelor and master theses in the area of microeconomics, financial economics, and, partly, macroeconomics, preferring a theoretical and quantitative approach. For the bachelor theses, I expect the student to propose a topic of interest, also considering his/her subsequent course of study and/or desired professional career. You can choose to deepen a topic treated only superficially during the courses of microeconomics or financial economics (or other economic/quantitative courses) or a topical issue to be analyzed with the knowledge and skills developed during your studies. For the master's theses, the choice of the topic arises from the interaction between the interests of the student with my own research themes.