I am currently in the 3rd year of my studies as a doctorate student for a DPhil in Geography and the Environment at the University of Oxford. My research focuses on committed emissions of energy infrastructure capital stock, the potential for stranded assets resulting from comparing these emissions to remaining carbon budgets, and the implications for policy makers. I am also working as a research assistant for the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) at the Oxford Martin School (OMS), for the Sustainable Finance Programme of the Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment (SSEE), and am a member of INET’s Young Scholars Initiative (YSI).
I hold a M.Sc. (German “Diploma”) in Business Administration and Management from the University of Mannheim in Germany. During my M.Sc. studies I focused on Corporate Finance, Asset Valuation and Financial Markets and in my master thesis I analysed the short time effects of short selling bans on market liquidity and other relevant stock market measures.