My research focuses on the areas of credit frictions and globalisation, innovation and international trade, as well as the influence of tax reforms on the export behaviour of companies.


Corporate Taxes and Multi-Product Exporters: Theory and Evidence from Trade Dynamics
(with Lisandra Flach and Michael Irlacher), Cege Discussion Papers No. 380, 2019,
accepted for publication in Journal of International Economics.

Quality and Gravity in International Trade
(with Lisandra Flach), CEPR Discussion Papers No. DP12602, 2018,
conditionally accepted for publication in Journal of International Economics.

Credit Frictions, Selection into External Finance and Gains from Trade
CESifo Working Paper No. 7641, 2019,
forthcoming in Canadian Journal of Economics 54(3), 2021.

Effective Tax Rates, Endogenous Mark-ups and Heterogeneous Firms
(with Michael Irlacher), Economics Letters 173, 2018: 51-54.

Capital Market Imperfections and Trade Liberalization in General Equilibrium
(with Michael Irlacher), Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 145, 2018: 402-423.

Working Papers

Credit Constraints, Endogenous Innovations, and Price Setting in International Trade
(with Carsten Eckel), CEPR Discussion Papers No. DP11727, 2016,
revise and resubmit at International Economic Review.

Modeling Inter-Regional Patient Mobility: Does Distance Go Far Enough?
(with Michael Irlacher, Dieter Pennerstorfer, and Anna-Theresa Renner), Cege Discussion Paper No. 418, 2021.

Work in Progress

Access to External Finance and the Margins of International Trade (with Lisandra Flach and Felix Roellig)

The Effects of Product and Process Innovations on Firm Export Performance (with Lisandra Flach and Graziela Zucoloto)