Path Dependencies on the German Broadband Market - An Information Economics Approach
Considering the relatively low level of broadband penetration in Germany, the question is raised as to which causes and mechanisms determine the choice between DSL and Cable. The focus lies on the relevance of the information gathering and information processing behaviour of consumers. The problem is approached from an information economics perspective, amended by concepts from path dependency research.
Member of the Doctoral Program "Research on Organizational Paths"
Thesis: Resource Advantage Theory - A critical analysis
Diploma in economics
Full Graduate scholarship at Tulane University New Orleans/USA core studies: International Trade, Sales Management, Transformation Processes
1997 – 2004
Economics at FU-Berlin
Research assistant FU-Berlin, (chair Prof. Collier Ph.D.)
Salesman (foreign trade with Poland)
International Trade and International Relations
Philosophy of Science approaches in economics - theory construction and theory integration
Energy policy and renewable energies in the European context