My primary research interest lies in the formation of and the information flow within social networks. I was able to secure a Marie-Curie-Fellowship providing the funding for the research project "Behavioral Economics in Network Games" that shall combine the theory of social and economic networks with behavioral economics.
Other research interests include the axiomatic characterisation of power indices in sophisticated control structures such as effectivity functions or control games.
I have also been working in classical cooperative game theory, developing axiomatic characterisations of allocations rules and bargaining solutions.
On the subsequent sites you can find my working papers and publications.
More details are available on my Google Scholar Profile.