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Daniel Graeber is currently a Ph.D. student at the DIW Graduate Center and the University of Potsdam. He studied Socioeconomics as well as Economics in Hamburg, Växjö, Sweden, and Kiel. He earned his B.A. in Socioeconomics from Hamburg University and his M.Sc. in Quantitative Economics from the Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel. His master thesis empirically studied the effect of labor income uncertainty on subjective well-being using the GSOEP. He interned at business consultancies and economic consultancies, such as DIW Econ GmbH. During his graduate studies, he worked as a student research assistant at the Chair of Economics and Ethics in Kiel and as teaching assistant at the Institute for Statistics and Econometrics. He is interested in microeconometrics, labor economics, policy evaluation as well as experimental and behavioral economics.