Mark Kirstein


I am a PhD candidate in economics at TU Dresden, hold a diploma in business & information systems from Leipzig University and spent a semester abroad at ETH Zurich to attend mainly econophysics lectures and talks. My main research interest is on non-ergodicity and its relevance for economics and finance. Further interests encompass complexity science, history & philosophy of economic thought, physics and mathematics.

I am visiting LML to collaborate with Alex Adamou and Ole Peters on projects which build on their results obtained by contemplating on the deep concept of a dynamic taking place in irreversible historical time and applying methods from ergodic theory to economics.