I conduct research at the intersection of labour economics, health economics, and economic history.

I am an Assistant Professor in Economics and Marie-Curie Research Fellow at the Department of Economics (Econometrics and Data Science research group), Interdisciplinary Centre for Population Dynamics (University of Southern Denmark), and an IZA Network affiliate. I am an active member of Historical Economics and Economic Development Group, HEDG. I am also affiliated with the Department of Economic History and the Centre for Economic Demography (Lund University), where I received a PhD in Economic History in 2017.

My scholarly aim is to understand to what extent and how people can change the life of others for better: Can it be through new progressive ideas implemented in medicine or social reforms? To achieve the aim, I apply the most recent methods of causal inference to individual-level historical and contemporary register data.


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+45-93 50 76 81