theoretical and empirical IO, competition theory, strategic learning, contract theory, incorporation of intellectual property rights into economic analysis
Diploma in Economics at the University of Munich (LMU) (2004-2008). Studies in economics as ERASMUS exchange student at the University of Warwick, UK (2006-2007). Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Economics at the University of Oxford, UK (2008-2010).
Work experience during the period of studies included internships in the consulting industry and posts as research assistant on various projects at the University of Warwick, the University of Oxford and for the UK Intellectual Property Office.
Graevenitz G., Greenhalgh C., Helmers C. and Schautschick P., 2012. "Trade Mark Cluttering: An Exploratory Report". Report for the UK Intellectual Property Office.
Greenhalgh C., Rogers M., Schautschick P. and Sena V., 2011. "Trade Mark Incentives", Report for the UK Intellectual Property Office.
Greenhalgh C., Rogers M. and Schautschick P., 2011. "Do firms that create intellectual property also create and sustain more good jobs? Evidence for UK firms, 2000-2006", Princeton University Working Paper No. 566, Industrial Relations Section.
Helmers C., Rogers M. and Schautschick P., 2011. "Intellectual Property at the Firm-Level: The Oxford Intellectual Property Firm-Level Database", Oxford Working Paper Series No. 546.
Tutor in mathematics and econometrics