Bio

BACKGROUND

Lino was born in 1988 in Frankfurt and grew up in Bad Homburg. After receiving his BSc in Business Administration from the University of Duisburg-Essen in spring 2012 and a semester at Universidad de Granada, he moved to Regensburg to take a MSc in Economics (autumn 2014) and then a PhD in Economic History (autumn 2020). He is currently working in a DFG-funded project on financial media sentiment (see here). During his studies, he received a scholarship from the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, his book on the German Council of Economic Experts was awarded with the Friedrich Lütge Prize.

POSITIONS
  • Current: Postdoctoral Researcher Department of History, University of Regensburg, (since 09/2019)
  • 08/2022–09/2022: Visiting Researcher, Centre for Digital Humanities, Uppsala University
  • 08/2015–02/2019: Research assistant, Department of Economics, Regensburg University
  • 10/2015–03/2018: Research assistant, Department of History, Regensburg University
  • 10/2013–09/2015: Graduate assistant, Department of Economics, Regensburg University
  • 02/2014–04/2014: Intern at Börsen-Zeitung, Frankfurt
  • 09/2011–12/2011: Intern at BHF-Bank, Frankfurt/Essen/Düsseldorf
EDUCATION / Certificates
  • Professional Scrum Master PSM I (11/2022)
  • Dr. phil. in Economic History, Regensburg University (11/2020, summa cum laude)
  • M.Sc. Economics, Regensburg University (10/2014)
  • B.Sc. Business Administration, University of Duisburg-Essen (03/2012)
  • Semester abroad, Universidad de Granada, Spain (2010)
  • Highschool graduation, Kaiserin-Friedrich-Gymnasium, Bad Homburg (2007)
FUNDING / SCHOLARSHIPS / AWARDS
  • 07/2022: Travel grant International Economic History Association, Paris
  • 04/2021: Friedrich Lütge Prize for outstanding dissertations by the German Society for Social and Economic History (GSWG)
  • 10/2019–06/2023: DFG funding for the project “More than a feeling. Media Sentiment as a Mirror of Investors’ Expectations at the Berlin Stock Exchange, 1872-1930” (DFG priority programme 1859 Experience & Expectation)
  • 02/2010–10/2014: Scholarship from Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (German Academic Scholarship Foundation)
  • 09/2018: Winner of the Ph.D. student award at the German Historians Conference (Historikertag) in Münster
  • 03/2018: Travel grant German Historical Institute, Paris
WORKSHOPS
  • Text Mining for Historians, German Historical Institute Paris (Apr. 2022)
  • Digital Methods in History and Economics, University Hamburg (Oct. 2021)
TALKS / PRESENTATIONS

2022

  • Research seminar Uppsala Centre for Business History (Sep.)
  • Research seminar Department of Economic History, Uppsala University (Sep.)
  • Research seminar Department of ALM/Centre for Digital Humanities, Uppsala University (Sep.)
  • XIX World Economic History Congress, Paris (July)
  • 47th EBHS Conference, Salt Lake City (May)
  • Research seminar Department of Economic and Social History, University of Regensburg (Apr.)
  • Online seminar DFG Priority Programme Experience & Expectation (Apr.)
  • Research seminar Marburg Center for Institutional Economics (Apr.)
  • Research seminar Scientific Staff German Council of Economic Experts (Jan.)

2021

  • 14th History of Recent Economics Conference (HISRECO), Angers (Nov.)
  • Research seminar Modern and Contemporary History, University of Paderborn (May)
  • Research seminar Department of Economic and Social History, University of Regensburg (May)
  • 4th Congress for Economic and Social History, (Apr.)

2020

  • Research seminar Department of Digital History, Humboldt University Berlin (Dec.)
  • Research seminar Department of Economic and Social History, University of Regensburg (Dec.)
  • DHd2020, Paderborn (Mar.)
  • German Keynes Society annual conference, Karlsruhe (Feb.)
  • Research seminar Department of Economic and Social History, University of Regensburg (Jan.)

2019

  • 44th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Chicago (Nov.)
  • DFG priority programme Experience & Expectation, Berlin (Oct.)
  • DHd2019, Frankfurt/Mainz (Mar.)
  • 3rd Congress for Economic and Social History, Regensburg (Mar.)

2018

  • Young researchers workshop, AKKU Annual Conference, University of Siegen (Nov.)
  • Conference Externe Experten in Politik und Wirtschaft, University of  Bonn (Oct.)
  • Research seminar Department of Economic and Social History, University of Regensburg (Jul.)
  • INDIGO Nachwuchsworkshop, University of Passau (Jun.)
  • 43rd EBHS Conference, Jyväskylä, Finland (May)
  • Research seminar Department of Economics, University of Hamburg (Jan.)

2017

  • Lecture series Digital Humanities, University of Regensburg (Nov.)
  • Research seminar Department of Economic and Social History, Humboldt University Berlin (Jun.)
  • Research seminar Department of Economic and Social History, University of Regensburg (May)
  • Research seminar Department of Economic and Social History, University of Bayreuth (May)

2016

  • Workshop Media Analysis, University of Hohenheim (Jul.)
  • Research seminar Department of Economic and Social History, University of Regensburg (Jan.)
TEACHING

History Department (Bachelor and Master level):
Methods in Digital History, The Economic History of Women, The Economic History of Western Germany, 1945–2000, Game Theory for Historians

Economics Department (Bachelor level):
Microeconomics I, Public Sector Economics I

REVIEWS

Cliometrica, Journal for Financial Stability, Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte

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