Patrick Dylong (ne´ Bareinz)

Patrick Dylong Patrick Dylong Image: A. Günther

Office:  Carl-Zeiss-Str. 3, Room 3.100, 3rd floor
Phone: +49 (0) 3641 / 9-43237
Fax:      +49 (0) 3641 / 9-43232
Email:  patrick.dylong@uni-jena.de

Consultation by appointment

Personal website

Find my CV here [pdf, 68 kb] de.

Twitter: @patrick_dylong

Research Interests Expand entry
  • Economic Beliefs and Perceptions
  • Experimental and Survey Design
  • Public Economics
  • Political Economy
Publications Expand entry
Working Papers Expand entry
Work in Progress Expand entry
  • The Effect of Priming on Attitudes Towards Immigration (with P. Setzepfand and S. Uebelmesser).
Education Expand entry
  • 04/2019–present
    PhD Candidate in Economics, Friedrich Schiller University Jena
  • 10/2017–03/2019
    Master of Science, Economics, Friedrich Schiller University Jena
  • 10/2014–09/2017
    Bachelor of Arts, Economics, Law and Social Sciences (Staatswissenschaften); Philosophy, University of Erfurt
Conferences, Workshops and Seminars Expand entry
  • 2022: European Economic Association (coauthor presented), Spring Meeting of Young Economists, CESifo Area Conference on Public Economics (coauthor presented), Ruhr Graduate School in Economics, ifo CEMIR Seminar (coauthor presented)
  • 2021: European Economic Association, CESifo Area Conference on Public Economics (coauthor presented), European Society of Population Economics, International Institute of Public Finance, German Economic Association, German Council of Economic Experts Staff Member Seminar, University of Hamburg Workshop on Perceptions and Policy Preferences, Central German Doctoral Workshop in Economics
  • 2020: International Institute of Public Finance, German Economic Association (coauthor presented)
Research Project Expand entry
Supported by the Free State of Thuringia and the European Social Fund. Supported by the Free State of Thuringia and the European Social Fund. Image: ESF

"WOM - Working together in Thuringia. Policies to improve the outlook of Thuringian companies"

For more information about the project, please see here.

 

Media Coverage Expand entry
Teaching Expand entry
  • 2021: Empirical Causal Analysis (M.Sc seminar), Advanced Public Economics
    (M.Sc course tutorial), thesis supervision (B.Sc/M.Sc)
  • 2020: Survey Design for Causal Inference (M.Sc seminar), Topics in Social, Education
    and Migration Policy (B.Sc seminar); Principles of Economic Studies
    (B.Sc course/seminar), thesis supervision (B.Sc/M.Sc)