Economist focusing on tax enforcement and governmental institutions
Nadja is interested in the role of governmental institutions for individual decision making. She has closely collaborated with diverse public institutions and her work on education, taxation, and tax enforcement, has impacted public policy at home and abroad. Her current research focuses on tax enforcement and state capacity building. She published her work in leading journals such as the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, European Economic Review, and Journal of Public Economics. Currently, she is a Professor of Economics at University of Hohenheim, member of the CEPR, and CESifo fellow. She obtained her PhD at Freie Universität Berlin and previously worked at Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance in Munich.