- 2018-2021: Evangelische Theologische Faculteit, Leuven, PhD in Theology and Religious Studies
- 2011-2017: Evangelische Theologische Faculteit, Leuven, M. Theol. in Theology and Religious Studies
- 1998-2003: Universität Heidelberg, Diplom-Volkswirt (equiv. Sc. Economics)
- 1984-1996: Deutsche Schule Istanbul, followed by Deutsche Schule Helsinki; Abitur
Academic Positions and Teaching Experience
- 2020-: Affiliated Researcher, Department of Systematic Theology, ETF Leuven
- 2003-2005: Research Fellow – Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, ZEI Center for European Integration Studies (Prof. Dr. Juergen von Hagen), University of Bonn, Germany.
- 2003: Academic Assistant in Statistics – Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Chair of Prof. Dr. Hartmut Kogelschatz, University of Heidelberg
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
- “Sin and the Limits of (Social) Progress: Insights from Emil Brunner’s Theological Anthropology for Economics and Other Social Sciences.” In Driven By Hope: Economics and Theology in Dialogue, edited by Patrick Nullens and Steven C. van den Heuvel. pp. 121–135. Christian Perspectives on Leadership and Social Ethics. Leuven: Peeters, 2018.
- “What Man is Not – What Can Economists Learn from Epistemic Humility in Theology” at Economic Humanists Network Meeting, University of Oxford (Online participation, 19 June 2021).
- “The Lost Agent – Disorientation of Economic Man: A Theological Explanation” at Economic Humanists Network Meeting, University of Oxford (Online participation, 5 December 2020).
- “Social Progress: A Theological Anthropological Decomposition” at the ‘Werkgroep Theologische Ethiek,’ Dutch Research School of Philosophy, 27 November 2020, Online meeting.
- “Noetic Effects of Sin for Economists” at Economic Humanists Network Meeting, Wolfson College, University of Oxford (Oxford, 1-2 February 2019).
- “Sin and the Limits of Social Progress” at International Conference on “Driven by Hope: Economics and Theology in Dialogue,” organized by the Institute of Leadership and Social Ethics and the Erasmus Happiness Economics Research Organisation (Leuven, 24–25 February 2017).