Professional Knowledge

Methods: expert interviews, semi-structured interviews, focus group discussions, citizen deliberation (mini-publics), surveys (online, CATI, paper-based), qualitative content analysis, typologies, indices, leximetrics, country-case studies, process tracing, comparative designs, statistical exploration and inference, regression models, clustering, dimension reduction

Dataset: Comparative Consumer Bankruptcy Dataset (constructed for PhD thesis; 187 variables and 41 indices on consumer insolvency law and practice in 15 countries; last update 2015)

Literature: Citavi database of 18,000 titles on research interests, with abstracts and keywords

Computer: SPSS, R (beginner), MAXQDA, NVivo, Atlas.ti, fsQCA, Citavi, EndNote, RefWorks, Zotero, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access), Jira, several web browsers and e-mail clients

Languages: German (native), English (fluent), Russian (basic), Spanish (basic), Latin (advanced proficiency certificate)