My work focuses on the societal and individual consequences of demographic ageing. I research, for example, retirement preferences and expectations, retirement transitions, generational conflicts, social inequalities in late career and the retirement phase, welfare state attitudes, and ageism. Most of my work is comperative and has a focus on Europe. In addition, I also do a bit of political science when exploring risk attitudes of politicians.
Here is my Google Scholar Profile and here my twitter account.
My research has been published in scientific journals and books. It has won awards from the Association for Demography e.V., German Public Pension, the German Society of Gerontology and Geriatrics, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, the European Commission, and the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing as well as from the Foundation for the Right of Future Generations.
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