Steffen Habermalz received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee (USA) in 2002. He spent the last ten years as a (Senior) Lecturer at Northwestern University in Evanston (USA). His research focuses on Labor Economics and lately on effects of Rational Inattention on the labor market. However, his main career focus is on teaching economics on all levels. He has taught courses in Microeconomics (principles and intermediate), Macroeconomics (principles and intermediate), Economics of Immigration, Mathematical Economics, Introductory Statistics, Econometrics (introductory and advanced), Labor Economics and International Economics along with many smaller seminars.
At the University of Mannheim he teaches the Mathematical Economics (Principles and Advanced), Macroeconomic Principles (as part of Principles of Economics), Labor Economics and the Economics of Immigration.