Supervisor: Eckhard Janeba
Daniel was born in 1994 in Oakland, USA and grew up in Frankfurt (Main). Before joining the CDSE, he received a B.Sc. in Economics from Heidelberg University and a M.Sc. in Economics from Bonn University. In his Bachelor thesis, he investigated corruption mechanisms in India’s Public Distribution System and presented his findings at the Indian Statistical Institute in New Delhi. While working as a research assistant at the Institute for Macroeconomics and Econometrics in Bonn, he wrote his Master thesis on the long-run evolution of Housing and Wealth Inequality. In addition, Daniel worked as teaching assistant for Mathematical Foundations for Economists in Heidelberg and for Statistics in Bonn.
His main fields of interest are Development Economics, Econometrics and Economic Theory. In his free time he enjoys making music, reading and travelling.