Johannes Bubeck was born in Ulm (Germany) in 1989. After graduating from high school in 2008 he spent his civilian service working for a food bank in Argentina. During his undergraduate studies at the University of Mannheim and Università Bocconi (Italy) he worked as a teaching assistant for “Financial Mathematics/Quantitative Methods” and “Statistics I” and held various student positions at a large enterprise software company. In 2012 he received a B. Sc. in Economics with a Minor in Philosophy from the University of Mannheim. He joined CDSE through the Master of Economic Research and currently works as a research assistant at the Chair of Economic Policy (Prof. Grüner). In his spare time he enjoys outdoor sports and sings in a choir.
Why I chose the University of Mannheim and in particular the GESS
I was very satisfied with my experience as an undergrad here in Mannheim. So I decided to stay here for my graduate studies.
The best part of being a doctoral student here
I very much like the shared offices of the Graduate School. It enables us to work together on all kinds of stuff.