I am an Affiliate Fellow at the economic policy think tank Bruegel.
My academic research focuses on questions at the intersection of Public Economics and Financial Economics. In my PhD thesis, I investigate the effects of pension fund investment on firm productivity and innovation in Denmark. I have experience working with large administrative datasets and collecting new data from outside stakeholders. I obtained my PhD degree from the Department of Economics at Copenhagen Business School.
I am also interested in informing policy discussions through research, particularly related to pension policy and ageing populations. From 2014 to 2016, I worked as a consultant at the OECD's Long-term Investment Project, working on topics such as infrastructure investment for the G20 and other bodies. At Bruegel, my work includes the BB-Future project to understand the implications of ageing populations for long-term care policies in Europe.
I am affiliated with the Pension Research Centre (PeRCent) at Copenhagen Business School.