I don’ t believe I can really do without teaching. 

Richard Feynman (Quote from the book Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!)
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Bachelor Level Courses

University of Freiburg

Mikroökonomie I & II 
(“Microeconomics I & II”; as tutor: taught in German)
(“Network Economics”; as teaching assistant: shared with fellow re-
search assistants, I taught 3 to 4 sessions; taught in German)

DHBW Lörrach

Einführung in die Volkswirtschaftslehre/ Mikroökonomik (“Introductory Economics/Microeconomics“; as lecturer:taught in German) 

Master Level Courses

Universität der Künste (UdK) Berlin

Digitale Geschäftsmodelle 
(“Digital Business Models”; as lecturer: taught in German) 

BI Norwegian Business School, University of Oslo/Norway 

Doing Digital Business (GRA 6843) – Virtual Guest Lecture 2020
(taught in English) 

University of Freiburg

Allokation und Wettbewerb 
(“Resource Allocation and Competition Policy”; as teaching assistant)
(“Industrial Organization”; as teaching assistant:taught in German)
Theorie der (De-)Regulierung von Wirtschaftssektoren/
Theory of (De-)Regulation
(as teaching assistant:taught in German and English)
Student Seminars on Network Economic Topics 
(as teaching assistant:mentoring and co-supervising students)

Single Sessions (as lecturer)

Europäische Wettbewerbspolitik;Principles of the Internet; Industrieökonomie; Network Economics; Theorie der (De-)Regulierung von Wirtschaftssektoren/Theory of (De-)Regulation 


At the University of Freiburg, I mentored/co-supervised students in Economics (Volkswirtschaftslehre [German; Diplom, B.Sc. and M.Sc.] and students of international master programs in Economics or in Information Systems and Network Economics [English]). At the Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society, I am mentoring the doctoral students in my research group.