Richard Winter was born in 1992 in Stühlingen, Germany. In 2016, he received his Bachelor’s degree in Mathematical Finance from the University of Constance. Subsequently, he proceeded his studies in the Master’s programme in Economics and graduated with a major in Econometrics and applied Economics from the University of Constance in 2018.
During his studies, Richard acquired valuable working experience as research assistant at a market research institute in Constance as well as through positions as student research assistant at the Chair of Statistics and Econometrics at the University of Constance and the Centre for European Economic Research in the research group "International Distribution and Redistribution" in Mannheim.
International Taxation and Tax Planning
Why I chose the University of Mannheim and in particular the GESS
The University of Mannheim is renowned for its high quality research and teaching and is well connected to important research institutes such as the Centre for European Economic Research. I chose the GESS, since it is an excellent fit to my academic background and the flexibility of its taxation track allows me to tailor the programme to my specific interests.