1958 Frederiksberg C
I am a Ph.D. in the Department of Food and Resource Economics at the University of Copenhagen. My academic interests encompass Economics, R-based Computer Programming, Political Science, as well as Statistics, and Machine Learning with a central focus on causality. My primary passion lies in the field of efficiency and benchmarking, where I employ and develop the methodology of Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) to explore, evaluate, and optimize various processes and systems.
Ph.D. - Research:
My research centers on the application and methodological improvement of DEA. Within this framework, I specifically focus on addressing environmental challenges, such as reducing carbon emissions within the agricultural sector. My aim is to identify opportunities for improving resource utilization, enhancing productivity, and reducing the environmental impact of agricultural practices.
Co-teacher on the course: Efficiency and Benchmarking (MSc)
Co-supervision on Master Theses
2022 - now: Ph.D. at the University of Copenhagen
2020 - 2022: M.Sc. Environmental and Natural Resource Economics at the University of Copenhagen
2017 - 2020: B.Sc. Economics at the Ludwig-Maximilans University
2016 - 2020: B.A. Political Science at the Ludwig-Maximilans University
2018 - 2019: Exchange to Zhejiang University with an international scholarship
LinkedIn: Alexander Oettl