Supervisor: Laura Grigolon
Alexander Kann was born in Heidelberg, Germany, in 1994. He obtained his Bachelor’s as well as Master’s degree in Economics at the University of Mannheim. In his master thesis, Alexander analyzed the relationship between endogeneity, missing data and imputation on a theoretical basis. He completed his graduate studies with honors. Moreover, Alexander gained experience as an intern at the ZEW (Junior Research Group “Competition and Innovation“) where he was tasked with estimating markups in Germany.
His research interests are Microeconometrics and Empirical Industrial Organizations.