I am a SNSF Ambizione Fellow at the University of Bern and a PostDoc at the LMU Munich. Moreover, I do consultatory work for different institutions and organizations, for example, the University of Teacher Education Bern or the Historic Museum Thurgau. I obtained my PhD in Sociology of Education from the University of Bern in 2017, where I also completed an additional Master’s degree in mathematical statistics. Prior to that, I studied sociology and political science at the University of Zurich. Thus, it comes as no surprise that I am mainly interested in the statistical modeling of social interaction processes in a variety of settings and how interdependent decisions and actions produce and reinforce social inequality.


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