Johannes was born in 1995 in Hermeskeil, Germany. He completed his bachelor’s degree in Economics at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz (JGU). In the course of his master’s studies at the JGU he spent one term abroad at the Université catholique de Louvain in Belgium. During his master program he worked as a student research assistant at the Chair of Macroeconomics and the Chair of Public and Behavioral Economics. In his master’s thesis he estimated the impact of refugees’ social interactions with Germans on their employment prospects in Germany.
Johannes is particularly interested in questions related to labor economics, public economics and in general applied microeconomics.