Sebastian Becker studied at RWTH Aachen University and Ruprecht-Karls-University in Heidelberg with the subjects political science, macroeconomics and economic and social history.
Since November 2014 Sebastian Becker is working for the School of Business and Economics at RWTH Aachen as a research assistant. He is responsible for the scheduling process and applications for master's degree programs at the School of Business and Economics.
Since January 2015 Sebastian Becker has been working for the Teaching and Research Unit for Economics and Social History and History of Technology as a research assistant.
Sebastian Beckers research interests are public finance, budget consolidation, empirical economic research and energy economics.
„Einflussfaktoren kommunaler Haushaltskonsolidierung – Eine empirische Analyse“ (Working title, german)
Technology-based Energy System Analysis (TESA) in the course of the Jülich Aachen Research Alliance (JARA)
Winter Semester 2015/16
- Bachelor seminar: The role of Germany in the process of European integration (assistance)
- Master seminar: Technological Progress between economy and society (assistance)
- Lecture: Economy, Society and Technological Innovation in Divided Germany (1939-1989) (assistance)
Summer Semester 2015
- Master seminar: Big Business – Corporate culture in the USA (19./20. century) (assistance)