Professor of Economics and Managerial Economics at the Faculty of Economics at University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt. Previously Senior Economist at the Monopoly Commission, an independent advisory body that advises the federal government and the legislative bodies in the areas of competition policy and regulation. Management of various projects on topics such as transport markets, local economy, gambling markets and digital markets. In addition, Lecturer at the FH Aachen. Teaching microeconomics, competition policy and regulation. Doctorate at the Chair of Industrial Economics at the Julius Maximilians University in Würzburg as a scholarship holder of the Bavarian Graduate Program in Economics of the Elite Network Bavaria. Dissertation "Essays on Strategic Behavior and Dynamic Oligopoly Competition". Longer research stay at the University of Toronto. He studied industrial engineering at the Technical University of Karlsruhe (today KIT) in Eindhoven, and Oxford.