Relika Stoppel is research associate at the Chair of Public Economics, Fiscal and Social Policy since 2015. After her bachelor’s studies at the Philipps-University of Marburg, Relika began with her M.Sc. degree in Economics at the University of Potsdam. During 2012-2013, she studied at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and got there a Master of Arts degree in Economics. During her studies, Relika completed a traineeship at the European Court of Auditors in Luxembourg (department “Economic and Financial Governance”), and she was visiting researcher at the research department of Estonian Ministry of Justice and in public policy research department at the Center for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto, Canada. Her main focus in research is in the area of health economics and economics of addiction. Relika is a teaching assistant in Public Economics and Economic Policy.